What’s the Best Car for Rideshare?

Following we list our top car picks for ridesharing. They were selected based on the rear seat comfort, outright value, fuel efficiency and the luxury features they provide.

Kia Soul

This is a funky and fun almost crossover. It is a great value option due to its decent fuel economy and excellent interior space for its size. Go for the base Soul which comes with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as well as automatic climate control.

Kia Cadenza

This is one of the most budget-conscious and stylish big sedans. It is a very spacious and comfortable car. Go for the base Premium trim which comes with Bluetooth, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a 290-horsepower V-6 and dual-zone automatic climate control.

Kia Niro

This one is a city-friendly SUV alternative that comes with a frugal hybrid powertrain and lots of great standard and available features.

Honda Accord Hybrid

This is a midsize sedan. Go for the Hybrid model which comes with dual-zone automatic climate control, remote start for cold mornings, active safety features and LED headlights. In our opinion, this vehicle might be the best choice for rideshare drivers.

Honda Insight

This is the best combination of features, style, fuel economy and value when compared to all the other Honda vehicles. It provides the driver with extra leg room and a Top Safety Pick+ designation from the IIHS.

Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid

When it comes to minivans this is one takes the gold. It has the ability to cover 33 miles of electric-only range on a full charge to boot. It seats 6 additional passengers comfortably in all rows and comes with Apple CarPlay and Bluetooth on its 8.4-inch touchscreen. Let’s not forget about the power-operated sliding doors for easy access.

Ford Expedition

No other large SUV offers better space, comfort, and features than this one. One of its biggest pros is its rear suspension which is ideal for a comfortable on-road ride while at the same time providing passengers with extra space.

Lincoln Continental

This one is aimed towards the Uber Black or Lyft Lux drivers. It offers 41.3 inches of rear leg room and 54.8 inches of rear hip room. Of course it comes with some standard luxury features such as wood trim, ambient lighting, leather upholstery and active noise canceling.

Toyota Highlander Hybrid

This one can transport up to 7 people and it is equipped with five USB ports, eight total cupholders, standard all-wheel drive as well as active safety features which include active lane control and emergency braking. It is the best combination of value, space and features.