10 Good Cheap Cars
If you are in the market for buying a new car, chances are you are starting to compare prices and you are probably looking for at least 10 good cheap cars. With the numerous car makers out there competing for your dollar, how do you decide what would be the right car for you at a price that you can afford? If you’re interested in buying a new car, be sure to check out these cheap cars that will give you performance without breaking the bank.
- Hyundai Accent Hyundai is well known for its production of quality cars that also offer the best in price. Chief among these cars is the Accent. Of particular note is the three-door, which can get up to 34 mpg and costs a reasonable $9,985. Even the SE only costs around $15,000, making this car quite a bargain.
- Ford Focus This car, which has proven to be one of Ford’s most enduring selections, continues to dominate the American scene (it will feature a new appearance starting in 2012). The current form, which comes only in the sedan, offers a 25/35 mpg for a price that won’t put you in the poorhouse with starting prices ranging around $16,000.
- Chevy Aveo This cute car gives you the best of all worlds with a great appearance, great mileage and spectacular performance. You have plenty of options to choose from in terms of appearance, although the hatchback is your best bet if you want to combine good features with plenty of room. Prices generally start at around $12,000.
- Chevy Cruze This splendid car, which replaces Chevrolet’s very popular Cobalt (which replaced the very popular Cavalier), manages to combine luxury with a price tag that is actually reasonable. You get many features with this cheap car and prices generally start around $16,000. What’s more, you’ll also get over 35 miles to the gallon, which is definitely nothing to sneeze at.
- Ford Fiesta This sporty little car, only recently introduced by Ford, has already come to many people’s attention for its combination of excellent performance and affordable price. Like many of Ford’s more recent vehicles, this car is designed to provide you with the utmost in fuel economy, all for a starting price ranging around $13,495 for the sedan and around $15,000 for the hatchback (either of which make an excellent and very stylish choice).
- Toyota Yaris The Toyota Yaris, which is a splendid and very sleek looking little car, has a little bit of something for everyone with gas mileage ranging at 29 mpg for city and 36 mpg (which is definitely nothing to sneeze at). What’s more, the price is very competitive for small cars, starting at around $13,000. That’s a great investment to make for so little money.
- Honda Fit This car, which generally starts at a price of about $15,000, manages to combine a sleek appearance with superb gas mileage. It currently averages around 33 mpg and comes with a number of other features, including cruise control and a variety of others.
- Toyota Corolla The Corolla, which has always been one of the favorites from Toyota, continues to hold its own for the 2011 model year. It combines a decidedly splendid appearance with a number of safety features and 35 mpg highway. With prices starting around $15,600, this is one cheap car that you won’t want to miss.
- Hyundai Elantra This steady favorite from Hyundai continues to hold its own with a sleek appearance and some great features that make it worth the money (it starts at around $15,000). It can also get as much as 40 miles per gallon on the highway, so this cheap car is a great choice if you plan on using your car for a lot of long-distance travel.
- Honda Civic This classic from Honda continues to be one of the best cars that you can get for the money. It comes in a variety of styles, including sedan and coupe, and generally gets 26 mpg in the city and 34 highway all at a very reasonable starting price of around $15,000 to 16,000. With this car, you get a lot of bang for your buck.