I was thinking the same thing. Keep the Rondo until she graduates then buy her a new Civic. In the meantime he could grab a used fill in the blank with whatever he wants: Challenger, Wrangler, etc
Eany to work on, cheap for a new car, AWD, good safety rating, handles perfect for new driver, and she can hand it down to her kid in 25 years. Disappointed that not one of the Jalops got the right answer... and putting a 16-yr-old in a veloster is a worse answer than Tracy's bastard child of a tractor and a junkyard.
Hyundai Kona - same form factor but super long warranty and better pricing
They’re bigger than they used to be but I challenge you to find me a car that isn’t. I wouldn’t call them huge, though.
no larger than a Rondo though.
In what universe is a Forester, at 182”, considered “huge”?!
I was going to say Outback, but definitely something Subaru-y.