6 Passenger Car

The 6 passenger car is capable of providing sufficient space for up to 6 passengers and allows them to enjoy a comfortable ride. The six passenger cars go back a long way. In 1950s, most cars offered cabin space for up to six passengers with three people seated on the front bench and three in the back seat. Both these spaces were row seats, permitting the passengers to seat comfortably on either row.

Finding the right kind of car is important in order to transport your family safely and comfortably to your destination. The six passenger cars have become less common nowadays but they are still on the market. There are many US carmakers that still produce these cars to meet the growing demand of US families. A more recent 6 passenger car is a solid machine which provides a luxurious ride. However, it is very important to look for good fuel efficiency, long-term maintenance statistics, a moderate cost, luxury finishing and accessories. Additionally you can also look for the power package that is provided, including the steering, windows and doors.

There are some crossover six passenger cars available as well. The crossover phenomenon has been an exciting one for the US automobile industry. After several years of success with conventional 6 passenger cars, SUVs and minivans, the large carmakers have found a refreshing alternative in crossovers that combine the necessity of large vehicles with styling that is sporty and attractive. This requirement for a crossover 6 passenger car was overlooked for a long time until the release of Chrysler’s PT cruiser; it turned out to be a massive success in 1999 – the year it was introduced. Nowadays, even the major carmakers have some kind of crossover cars in their lineup.

2011 Cadillac DTS

Cadillac DTS

The 2011 DTS offers roomy interiors and smooth ride and reminds you of the classic cars of yesteryear. However, at the same time, both these attributes can make the 6 passenger car appear outdated. It also lacks the sporty feel offered by its rivals. However, the combination of comfortable, spacious interiors and a floating ride make DTS suitable for drivers looking to cruise at relaxed speeds.

DTS is a massive FWD sedan and does not have anything in common with other luxury large cars. The plush seating and massive body set it apart from other performance-oriented RWD vehicles from the German and Japanese carmakers. The base model offers a 275 hp V8 engine, which is less powerful than the 6-cylinder competitors. The base model is available at around $45,000 and it provides 17 mpg in cities and 23 mpg on highways. Included in the basic model are: 17-inch alloy wheels, fog lights, automatic climate control, remote engine start, xenon headlights, power front seats, leather upholstery, CD stereo and satellite radio as standard equipment. The higher end models will offer more amenities such as chrome wheels, rear parking sensors, heated front seats, CD changer, sunroof and Bluetooth. The 2011 model is a carryover from last year’s 6 passenger car with four models available. The higher end model called Platinum, benefits from more than 17 horsepower and a better suspension.