If you're thinking about signing up as a driver for a ride-sharing service such as Uber or Lyft, you'll want to make sure that your car of choice is up for the job. How many seats does it have? How many doors? What type of amenities? Is it comfortable? Just in case your current car won't pass muster, we've listed seven excellent new choices for drivers interested in upgrading their ride to offer the best possible experience for their passengers.
The Nissan Rogue is one of our favorite compact SUVs. We suspect it'll be one of your favorites too, particularly if you're looking for a purpose-built passenger hauler. The main reason is obvious: The Rogue is one of the few compact crossovers with 3-row seating, which means you'll be able to carry around large groups when necessary. Better yet, the Rogue offers compact crossover pricing (it starts at $23,500 with shipping) and reasonable fuel economy that reaches 26 miles per gallon in the city and 33 mpg on the highway. You'll also love the wide range of safety gear, both standard and optional, which includes Nissan's excellent Around View 360-degree camera system.