Cheapest Cars

cheapest cars

Buying a car is an expensive affair, especially when you factor in recurring expenses like gas and inevitable repairs. That’s why a lot of drivers are searching for the cheapest cars available. However, not all cheap cars are cheap. There are cars with great safety features and attractive styling that can set you back twenty thousand dollars.

The Hyundai i10 is a great, affordable vehicle that boasts high tech features without breaking the bank. The i10’s base 67 horsepower engine is a bit on the slow side, but it’s still a great car for the price. And if you want a car with a higher gas mileage, you can opt for a higher-powered engine.

The Chevy Spark is America’s cheapest new car, and is a subcompact hatchback that starts at less than $15,000. The Chevrolet Spark is one of the most fuel-efficient cars available, and it achieves nearly 38 mpg on the highway. It also has a nine-gallon fuel tank and is available with a five-speed manual transmission. Though it lacks standard safety features, such as forward-collision warning, cruise control, and automatic emergency braking, it still delivers a zippy performance, and it has a good infotainment system.

Another car that can be purchased for under $20K is the Toyota C-HR. Though the base price is slightly higher than the $20,000 threshold, it’s still among the cheapest cars to insure. It’s easy to repair and maintain, and it’s also a good choice for the urban and suburban commuter. And the 1.2L PureTech 83 petrol engine is a decent choice, with an average fuel economy of 54mpg.

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