Over the years, dad probably had to make a few compromises, like getting that minivan instead of his dream car. If you're ready to make that big gesture for Fathers' Day, here are the kinds of cars that dad deserves.
Chevrolet Corvette Stingray
The classic American sports car got a major update last year, making it better in every way. Dad's going to love feeling the rumble of the 460 horsepower 6.2-liter V-8. In fact, if he take off in this beast, you may never see him again.
Another classic on the American car scene, the Mustang gets redesigned for the 2015 model year, incidentally its 50th year in production. Dad probably admired different versions of this car throughout the years, so maybe it's time he got to drive one.
The RS 7 is one of those that performs like a supercar without sacrificing a spacious backseat and room in the boot for groceries, things that dads should be able to appreciate. It's also not just a powerful, dumb brute. Dad can meticulously adjust the performance from comfort to dynamic and access a wealth of bells and whistles via the high-tech dashboard interface.
A car doesn't have to be outlandish to be lustworthy. Dads who appreciate a good deal and more modest, reliable rides will see value in the Avalon's good looks, luxury features, and reasonable price. Opt for the Hybrid model to save bucks at the pump.
The new Range Rover Sport is capable on the twisty road and the dusty trail, a phenomenal all-around performer with a luxury interior. It's a perfect car for the dad who crosses all boundaries with confidence.
A good dad is an expert in coaxing out grins and giggles, just like the Mazda Miata. This simple roadster isn't expensive, powerful, or a status symbol, but it is pure driving enjoyment in a classic package. The slightly embarrassing dad who values a good laugh will find the Mazda to be a kindred spirit.