To get the best deals possible, it’s only natural that you should take the right amount of time to do some research. Arming yourself with the right knowledge is probably the best way to prevent getting caught with your pants down. Don’t be in a rush and think about the decision you’re about to make.
Here are some of my recommendations for a solid choice of brand new cars that don’t leave a large deficit in your bank account.
The Least Expensive New Car By Kia
I’m a bit of an auto guy. I like everything; from the small Ford Fiesta all the way to super exotics like the Pagani Huayra, cars have always been one of my favorite hobbies. I recall that there was a time when I viewed Korean made cars with great suspicion. Times have changed and the qualities of their machines have improved dramatically.
The new Kia Soul 4dr hatch is a solid choice for those in the market for a cheap car. Its body has an apparent boxy design influence that some might find quaint. It comes with a free Sirius satellite radio (which expires after three months of free service) and a USB input. Mileage is good at 27 miles per gallon in the city and an average of 35 miles per gallon on the highway.
The Chevrolet Spark Another Cheap Alternative
Manufactured by the good friends of GM inSouth Korea, the Chevrolet Spark is a 5-door hatchback city car that will be more than enough to suit most people’s needs. It has a lot of the features that I expect from a cheap but solid car such as air conditioning, driver aids such as cruise control mounted on the steering wheel and many more.
People on a tight budget or aren’t looking to pour a ton of money on a new car would do well to take this model into consideration.
The Smallest And Least Expensive Car Made By Scion
The Scion iQ, no it has nothing to do with Apple or any of their products, is very tiny. Measuring at a length of ten feet from the front bumper to the back, Scion’s iQ is just a foot bigger than the Smart fortwo. The scion is a miniscule compact that would best suit someone who doesn’t need a lot of space but does need to save up on gas.
Hatchbacks are popular in Japando to their small size, cheap price, and low cost of maintenance. Kiplinger named the Fit their Best New Car back in 2009 and until today the car still maintains excellent value at its price point. It has great room despite its tiny little size. A helpful Maintenance Minder prompts you when to perform regular scheduled services such as an oil change. Probably the least expensive car by Honda, this tiny little hatchback can run at 27 miles to the gallon in cities while averages a total of 33 miles to the gallon on the highway.