This classic Ford SUV is not the biggest or most comfortable vehicle for your road trip adventure, but it is one of the coolest. It’s dependable mechanics and uncompromised off-road handling makes the Bronco the perfect choice if you spend a lot of time in nature.
Be sure to choose an early model with V8 power. You can remove the roof to enjoy open-air driving.
Chevrolet Impala SS
Big, luxurious, fast and comfortable: this is the classic Impala SS, which they produced from 1961 to 1969. The Impala SS featured the biggest, most powerful engines, lots of extras and an undeniable performance.
All of this makes it a perfect road trip car. It’s a fast cruiser for jumping from coast to coast and stealthy compared to other muscle cars of the period.
Buick Riviera GS
The Riviera GS with its big 425 CID engine is the epitome of the American Gran Tourismo luxury coupe. It is big and comfortable yet still is a fast and capable coupe.
Buick produced it from 1965 to 1972 in several generations. So Rivieras are easy to come by and inexpensive. But you should pick one now to enjoy it on an epic road trip before they become rare.
Although the Flex didn’t sell as well as Ford hoped, it is still a great crossover-minivan type of car. The Flex features retro styling and enormous interior space with nice features. Also, it has a powerful engine and even an optional all-wheel drive system.
This, along with its modern-day dependability, makes the Flex perfect for family road trips across the country.
The Subaru BRAT was a popular compact, all-wheel drive pickup. But at first glance, it doesn’t look like a great road trip vehicle, since only two people can sit inside. However, the BRAT has two more seats.
They mounted them in the back, so passengers are exposed to the elements. This feature makes the BRAT perfect road trip vehicle if you want to prank your friends.
Are you planning a road trip this year? Perhaps one of 20 interesting cars that will make any road trip a memorable experience should be on your wish list.