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Top 10 Affordable Cars with Blind Spot Detection

Top 10 Affordable Cars with Blind Spot Detection

Since day one of driver’s ed, you’ve heard, “Check your blind spot!” Let’s be honest, even the most cautious drivers among us have forgotten that crucial rule a time or two. Blind spot monitors generally warn the driver either audibly or visually, should the driver try to veer into an occupied lane. Having a car with blind spot detection could help you avoid a dangerous accident, or at least an expensive body shop bill. Whether it’s for yourself or your child taking the keys for the first time, check out Carsforsale.com’s Top 10 Affordable Cars with Blind Spot Detection.

The following prices are MSRP estimates based on pricing and package information from each car company website.

2015 Chevrolet Malibu LTZ w/ Safety Package – $30,235

While we wait for the all-new 2016 Malibu to arrive at dealerships around the country, check out the 2015 Chevy Malibu. Chevrolet’s mid-size sedan is a great choice if your priorities are safety and features. With a 5-star crash-test rating from the NHTSA and a Top Safety Pick rating from the IIHS, you can’t go wrong with this sedan.

READ: Chevrolet Malibu Through The Years

2015 Chevrolet Malibu

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2016 Toyota Camry XLE w/ Safety Package – $30,005

The Toyota Camry is one of the best-selling cars around. If you step up to the XLE trim and add the available safety package, you’ll receive a loaded sedan with top-notch safety features. Aside from great crash-test ratings, the Camry is one of the more comfortable and luxurious options in the mid-size sedan category.

2016 toyota camry

2016 Honda Accord LX – $24,005

Honda offers incredible value in the Honda Accord, with great driving character and a ton of features. Honda Sensing, Honda’s suite of safety features, offers one of the best blind spot detection systems. Honda LaneWatch provides a view of the passenger-side lane on the display screen of the vehicle.

READ: Subaru Eyesight vs Honda Sensing

2016 Honda Accord

2016 Mazda MAZDA6 Touring – $23,945

The 2016 Mazda6 is flashy, fast sedan. If you want a typical mid-size sedan that doesn’t drive like one, Mazda has the answer. Add this to top marks from both the IIHS and NHTSA, and this is a vehicle worth considering.

2016 Mazda6

2016 Subaru Impreza 2.0i Limited – $22,595

With Subaru’s top-notch safety suite, Subaru Eyesight, the 2016 Subaru Impreza is a great car. Aside from safety, the Impreza comes standard with AWD while maintaining good fuel efficiency.

READ: 2016 Subaru Impreza vs Subaru Legacy

2016 Subaru Impreza

2016 Honda Civic EX – $22,040

The 2016 Civic just earned the 2016 North American Car of the Year award, and for good reason. Completely redesigned in 2016, this is the highest quality Civic we’ve seen yet. With Honda’s great blind spot camera, great ride quality, and top-of-class fuel economy, the Civic is a force to be reckoned with.

2016 Honda Civic

2015 Chevrolet Cruze LS w/ Safety Package $21,610

While the 2016 Cruze isn’t available yet, the 2015 Cruze is still a great option. This deceiving little car looks quite small on the outside. Step inside, and you’ll be welcomed by an elegant and spacious interior. Upgrade to the LS trim and add an optional safety package, and you’ll have a compact car with blind spot detection, as well as a full suite of other safety features.

2015 Chevrolet Cruze

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2016 Mazda MAZDA3 i Touring – $20,045

Little brother to the Mazda6, the 2016 Mazda3 is an IIHS Top Safety Pick +. Upgrade to the i Touring trim, and you’ll have one of the safest compact cars on the market. Aside from safety, the Mazda3 is one of the most critically acclaimed vehicles in its class.

2016 Mazda3

2016 Ford Focus SE – $18,515

The 2016 Ford Focus is a tech-savvy car with engine options galore. Whether you want a high performance hatchback or an uber-efficient small sedan, there’s a Ford Focus for you.

READ: 2016 Ford Fusion vs Ford Focus

2016 Ford Focus

2016 Honda Fit EX – $17,800

If you’re looking for cars with blind spot detection, the 2016 Honda Fit EX is the least expensive option currently available. Don’t let the low price fool you. This subcompact car has top-notch safety ratings and tech. As the name implies, the Fit is unbelievably spacious for its class.

2016 Honda Fit

Be sure to check out Carsforsale.com to find the best deals on cars with blind spot detection near you. With millions to choose from, you’re sure to find the perfect car at the right price.

Dustin "Dusty" Rhodes

A fan of nice round numbers and working on tiny European cars, Dusty is the proud owner of a '58 Lloyd 600, a '50 FIAT 500, and is currently on the hunt for a Vespa 400. And, despite all that repair work, he still finds time to write about cars. 

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