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    The 10 Cheapest New Cars You Can Buy

    Publish Date : 8/2/2014
    What follows is a look at the 10 cheapest new cars for sale in America‎

    . Notably, all prices include destination, and in instances where multiple bodystyles of a single model would qualify for the list, we’ve included only the least expensive for diversity’s sake.

    1. Nissan Versa S Sedan - $12,800
    Alright, the Nissan Versa Sedan is the cheapest new car on the market, but is it a good value? That depends entirely on your priorities.
     
    If space is of prime importance, the Versa earns high marks - its back seat is downright spacious.. Unfortunately, dismal interior materials and lackluster handling mean those seeking a well-rounded small car will probably want to consider looking elsewhere, even it does mean spending a bit more money.

    2. Chevrolet Spark LS - $12,995
    Unlike tiny GM products of the past, the Spark is actually a respectable effort, a cheap-but-cheerful offering with a handsome, reasonably spacious interior and standard alloy wheels, automatic headlights and A/C.

    3. Mitsubishi Mirage DE - $13,805
    Intended as an efficient and affordable ride for those who can do without thrills and frills, the Mirage has a refreshingly simple and honest mission statement, but its execution leaves much to be desired. 

    4. smart fortwo pure - $14,020

    Though not without upside – it is a nimble and easy-to-park city runabout – the smart fortwo is a difficult car to recommend. The entry-level “pure” trim is decidedly spartan, lacking items like a radio and power windows. We're hoping smart will bake a little more value and refinement into the redesigned 2016 fortwo.

    5. Kia Rio LX Sedan - $14,700
    Like its corporate sibling, the Hyundai Accent, Kia’s Rio sedan doesn’t scrimp on standard features, and its sleek sheetmetal is an added bonus. There is one big reason not to buy the sedan, however – opting for the Rio’s hatchback bodystyle will lighten your wallet by just $100 more.

    6. Ford Fiesta S Sedan - $14,925
    Ford's Fiesta lineup has expanded significantly in recent years. An update for 2014 brought Fusion-inspired styling and improved cabin materials, giving the Fiesta more design flair within and without.

    7. Chevrolet Sonic LS Sedan - $14,995
    The windows are of the roll-up variety, standard equipment is otherwise generous, including alloy wheels, Bluetooth, A/C and 10 airbags.  

    8. Toyota Yaris L Three-Door - $15,240
    A new-generation Yaris derived from the next Mazda2 will arrive before long. Yaris models are decently equipped and by dint of its diminutive dimensions and light weight, the hatchback is surprisingly nimble when the road gets curvy.

    9. Hyundai Accent GLS Sedan - $15,455
    The Accent comes standard with niceties like power windows and locks, a six-speaker sound system with satellite radio and air-conditioning.

    10. Mazda Mazda2 Sport - $15,515
    Fun but flawed, Mazda's grinning subcompact is short on features, space and refinement compared to the competition, and its meager power isn't even offset by impressive mileage. We're really hoping that an upcoming redesign will address those shortcomings .As the old saw goes, "it's more fun to drive a slow car fast..."


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