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Top 10 Highway Cars of 2009

by Autotropolis Contributors
March 4, 2009

If you only laugh when your friends and family complain about the length of their commute, you understand the importance of finding the right highway car.  Quite a few careers can have you on the road the majority of the day; even the average commute now takes an hour.  If you find that you spend more time in your car than in your office, you need a highway car.  Travelers and busy professionals demand that their vehicles provide benefits for a wide range of needs.

To be considered a quality highway car, the vehicle must satisfy quite a few requirements.  For instance, fuel economy is of the utmost importance.  However, just behind that is the level of comfort afforded by the vehicle.  An excellent warranty and low maintenance requirements are also needed.  Finally, the vehicle must have a wide range of safety features and a great NHTSA safety rating.  Drivers who travel a considerable amount demand that their vehicles provide all of these benefits, and be easily drivable and reliable.

10 cars were selected to fill out the long-distance driving category.  Each of the vehicles on this list is an excellent choice for drivers who spend a lot of time on the blacktop.  Whether you have a taxing commute or a career that puts you on the road constantly, these vehicles will suit your needs.  Our list was created to meet the needs of any budget, providing affordable options, as well as luxury choices.  The criteria used to rank the vehicles on our list includes fuel economy, driving and handling characteristics, driver and passenger comfort, safety ratings, reliability, warranty coverage and drive type.  Based on these criteria, you'll find a vehicle that fits your lifestyle and needs perfectly.


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