Are you in need of a new car, but you are on a tight budget? You may be worried about the type of car you can buy on a tight budget. A used car will probably fit your budget. However, you don’t want a used car because you don’t know how the previous owner treated it. Ultimately, its hard to determine what problems a used car might have. Because of this, some shoppers prefer to get a new car than a used one. But aren’t new cars expensive? Don’t worry! There are a number of new cars that you can purchase while on a tight budget.
Below you will find a listing of the most inexpensive new cars on the market.
The subcompact Nissan Versa is the cheapest new car on the market today. The starting price is only $12,815. It has Bluetooth, air conditioning and steering wheel audio controls. The fuel economy is up to 32 MPG in the city and 40 mpg on the highway. If you want a better fuel economy you can update to the Versa SV, which uses a continuously variable automatic transmission.
At only $12,995, the Chevy Spark is the second cheapest car on the market. Do not allow the low price to fool you because the very small Spark comes packed with a great deal of features. You can enjoy wheels, automatic headlights, air conditioning, an additional jack for audio, a 4-speaker sound system and GM’s OnStar telematics system using a 4G LTE Wi-Fi warm place. The Spark has a fuel economy of 31 mpg in the city/39 mpg on the highway.
The Mitsubishi’s miniature Mirage isn’t the best drive; however, it does serve its function. It has an incredibly low price of $13,790. Together with a functional hatchback body design. It has an impressive level of standard features. These features include key less entry, automatic climate control and a USB interface for audio. Additionally, its fuel economy is 34 mpg in the city and 42 mpg on the highway. The Mirage also has a good warranty: 5 years or 60,000 miles of bumper-to-bumper policy or a 10-year or 100,000-mile warranty.
Given the small dimensions of this 2-door Smart Fortwo, you probably won’t be surprised that it is on the cheapest new car list. However, it fits right in price wise. It has a base price of just over $14,000. Unlike the other cars on this list, the Fortwo is a two door two seater vehicle, which makes it somewhat less practical. However, what it lacks in practicality, it constitutes in parking simplicity and city-friendly driving. Fuel economy is rather powerful, with 34 MPG in the city and 38 MPG on the highway.
The subcompact Ford Fiesta earns a place on this list because of its base-level S trim. The S trim provides just the fundamental features of the Ford Fiesta. These include electric mirrors and locks, air conditioning, and Ford’s SYNC voice management system. Though that may not seem like much, the Fiesta does not cost much. The base price is less than $15,000. Fuel economy numbers lag a bit behind the competition, topping out at 28 mpg in the city and 36 mpg on the highway. The Fiesta also provides more energy: 120 horsepower, that is much more than any other version on the list thus far.
We know you are on a budget and in need of a new car. This might feel stressful because there isn’t much in your budget; however, these five choices provide you a great new car while being mindful of your budget. You can’t go wrong with one of these picks.