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NowCar Autotrader 10 Best Cars Dog Lovers

Autotrader Completes the 2020 10 Best List for Dog Lovers

Written By, Jordan R

The summer of 2020 is coming to an end, and with a world still rattled by the pandemic, people are finding it hard to find something fun to do. Travel plans and vacations have been cancelled, and family get-togethers can be tricky. A lot of people have taken to adoption during this time, adding a little furry friend to their pack. Yes, we’re talking about adopting a dog or cat, and with National Dog Day in August, Autotrader recently put together its 2020 “10 Best Cars for Dog Lovers” list. If looking to go on a little trip to get some fresh air and out of the house, you can bring a faithful companion with one of these vehicles.

Chrysler Pacifica

Like anyone needs to guess why the Chrysler Pacifica made the list. Already a family minivan, one more passenger won’t hurt when this vehicle can seat up to eight people easily. With second- and third-row Stow ‘n Go seating, it’s easy to find a configuration that works for passengers and pets. With aftermarket accessories, installing a safe space for dogs, aside from a kennel, is easier than ever. Plus, the Stow ‘n Go bins can double as storage for dog food, treats, toys, etc. Also a nice cooler for refreshments for the rest of the passengers on a drive.

Jeep Wrangler

Made to handle going off-road and still provide a comfortable ride along bumpy terrain, what other vehicle would help keep a four-legged friend safe? With all the configurations and aftermarket accessories that the Jeep Wrangler is known for, it’s easy to design your Wrangler just the way you want it to make for a fun ride for you and your dog. You just may want to avoid tube doors, as small dogs are known to slide around a bit in a car.

Kia Soul

Another great pick for the youth and pets, the Kia Soul is a perfect mix between space and safety. Able to provide space for animal crates, cargo, and passengers, it’s easy to travel with your dog in a Kia Soul. With many safety features like Forward Collision Warning (FCW), Blind Spot Collision Warning (BCW) with Lane Change Assist, and Rear-Cross Traffic Collision Warning (RCCW), you can keep yourself, passengers, and your dog out of harm’s way more easily on the road.


“Trips around town or to local destinations have become an important part of our lives these last few months, and for many people that means bringing along their pets as they hit the road…To help new-car buyers that are traveling with four-legged friends, we’ve carefully curated a list of the best cars that offer great comfort and safety features while also making the lives of pet parents just a little easier.” – Brian Moody, executive editor at Autotrader

Although Autotrader is quickly becoming a name known by most potential car buyers, here’s the skinny. Autotrader is one of the most recognized third-party car listings brands in the industry, providing consumers with the most recent data on the automotive industry and new and old vehicles. Always curating new data, Autotrader offers in-market car shoppers insight into the car shopping experience and provides them with the right information to make a smart decision. When an organization like Autotrader puts together a “10 Best” list, you know those vehicles are top choice.

Want to take your furry friend for a trip? Have your own National Dog Day at the park? Look for the Chrysler Pacifica, Jeep Wrangler, and Kia Soul when you shop online for a car at NowCar.

Photo Source/Copyright: Photo by Giuseppe Mondì from Burst