What car do you recommend for a pensioner with dodgy knees?

I have about £12,500 to spend on a second-hand car and need it to be petrol, easy access and economical to run and maintain. Also with good all-round vision and a reversing sensor/camera. I do about 5000 miles per year.

Asked on 17 February 2020 by Anthony Perkins

Answered by Andrew Brady
A Honda HR-V sounds like a good choice. Your budget will get a 1.5 SE with parking sensors. It'll be cheap to run and ought to be reliable, with easier access than a conventional hatchback. You could also consider a Honda Jazz, although I'm not sure if it will be big enough for your needs.
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