Newly married

Newly married

Profile: Newlyweds

Average age: 32

Average income: £45k

Average number of cars owned: 3

Usage: Over a quarter of newly married couples use their car 6 or 7 days a week.


Needs and wants

After splashing out on the big day, and possibly not long after mortgaging your first home together, you’ll want a sophisticated car within a reasonable budget. You’ll be looking for something practical to go to the office, but also pleasurable for longer drives on romantic weekends away.

 

Suggested car: Renault Megane Coupé

The Megane Coupé has a glossy exterior and an elegant leather interior – perfect for starting your new life together in style. The reversing camera and rain and light sensors will help to make your day-to-day lives a little bit easier. It’s also equipped with a high quality navigation system and state of the art sound system for when you and your spouse decide to go on a spontaneous road trip.

 

Did you know?

Between 1914 and 1918, Renault contributed to the war effort – providing ambulances, trucks, aircraft engines and the first light machine-gun tank.

 

You could also try a…

Peugeot 308. Includes a Puretech petrol engine giving power but significantly improved fuel consumption, plus sleek and elegant design.

 

Quick tip

If you’re going on a weekend trip, make sure you’re prepared for a longer journey. Pack a car safety kit filled with any essentials you might need, and thoroughly plan your route before you set off. 

  

  

Please note all cars mentioned are suggestions only – these are based on the needs and wants identified for each life stage from a survey conducted by Aviva on 2000 car drivers in Sept 2015. All the percentages quoted within the ’priorities’ mentioned for each car life stage group are taken from the Aviva Survey, as above.

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