Fifteen rides for budget-minded drivers fresh out of an institution.
It's a familiar sight every May and June: Sons and daughters everywhere are streaming from hallowed halls of higher learning, heading out into the wide world on their own — and many will need a car. But what kind? New or used? Big or small? Sporty or utilitarian?
What follows are 15 used-car bargains that would make great first cars for grads. Since college debt is out of control, we set a price ceiling of $15,000. Each vehicle of this eclectic group strikes its own chord of reason, rebellion and versatility.
An insane highway accident ends with a motorcyclist sitting comfortably on the roof of someone's car.
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