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The Best Cars and Trucks for Living in Rural America

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Rural roads call for strong and reliable vehicles. This list will help you find the perfect car or truck to meet your family’s driving needs.

If you’re relocating outside of a city, you are probably already aware of what to expect when moving to a rural community. While planning for the move, have you considered the type of vehicle you’ll need? You’ll need something to handle the long hauls on forgotten roads into town. While there are plenty of options for those who live in the city, there’s something special about driving through open roads with nothing but nature around you. The following vehicles are some of the best cars and trucks for living in rural America.

Toyota Tundra

The Toyota Tundra is a full-size pickup truck known for its reliability which is very important for rural living. It also has an advantage over other vehicles regarding interior features such as tech and design. It is powerful and can haul everything you need around with no trouble.

Ford F-150

If you want a truck that you can use for work while still being comfortable for everyday use, then Ford’s F-150 is your best bet. It also has an impressive list of standard features that make driving easy around town or off-road. Additionally, the Platinum model can tow up to 12,200 pounds.

Kia Telluride

The Kia Telluride sits at the top of our list as one of the best cars for living in rural America. The interior has plenty of room for passengers and cargo. Rural life requires good brakes and precise steering, which can be found in the Telluride. This Kia also sits high off the ground, allowing off-road capabilities. This SUV offers everything you need without breaking the bank.

Chevy Colorado

The Chevy Colorado is an excellent choice for rural life. It has lots of space, as well as ample horsepower and torque to get you through any rural roads you encounter. If you need to carry or tow anything, the Chevy Colorado can handle it without a problem.

The Chevy Colorado easily survives long distances with little fuel consumption while still being comfortable for long-distance driving.

Subaru Outback

If you live in rural America, the Subaru Outback is a great car. Subaru is strongly committed to safety, which is especially important if you’re driving long distances in your vehicle. They also have excellent models for families with children and pets. Subarus are great because they’re comfortable for the whole family, plus they’re easy to park.

Kia Niro

The Kia Niro is the only hybrid on our list. This SUV combines the best of both worlds. It has enough cargo space to hold everything you need while reducing your environmental impact.

The Kia Niro was given five stars in crash safety testing from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, which is essential if you live in an area where roads are less than perfect or where you may encounter wildlife during your commute.

Get You Through

You’ll need a vehicle that can manage the weather and terrain in rural America. There are many great options, but we hope this list helps you find one that fits your needs.


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