Cheapest Cars – Best Deals

cheapest carsMany people who are looking for affordable new cars will find the lowest prices on smaller vehicles.

These are vehicles that offer a lot of value for the money, provide excellent gas mileage, and are cheap to insure. The lowest priced models are often base models and sacrifice engine size and expensive features. For a little more money, within the same model line, other styles are usually available with extra features and larger engines.

We list the 10 lowest priced cars below, along with the MSRP sticker price. However, we all know that buyers don’t pay full sticker price for most new cars. Therefore expect to pay less than the prices shown. How much less? Use Edmunds.com to see what dealers are offering and get lowest-price quotes from your area.

Furthermore, most of the cars listed below have incentives in the form of low-interest loans (some 0% APR), special lease deals, and rebates which further reduces the price you pay.

Let’s take a look at the 10 cheapest new cars:

2012 Nissan Versa 1.6 S – MSRP: $11,770 (currently has 0% APR loan rate for up to 60 months)

2012 Smart ForTwo Pure – MSRP: $13,240 (currently has $99/month lease deal, 36 months)

2012 Hyundai Accent GLS – MSRP: $13,320 (currently has 1.9% APR loan rate for up to 60 months or $169/month lease deal, 36 months)

2012 Ford Fiesta S Sedan – MSRP: $13,995 (currently has $250 rebate or $169/month lease deal, 24 months)

2012 Kia Rio LX – MSRP: $14,150 (currently has 0.9% APR loan rate for up to 36 months or $159/month lease deal, 36 months)

2012 Suzuki SX4 Sedan – MSRP: $14,614 (currently has $1000 rebate or 0% APR loan rate for up to 48 months or $149/month lease deal, 36 months)

2012 Kia Soul Base – MSRP: $14,650 (currently 0.9% APR loan rate for up to 36 months or $169/month lease deal, 36 months)

2012 Chevrolet Sonic LS 1LS – MSRP: $14,660 (currently has 2.9% APR loan rate for up to 60 months)

2012 Toyota Yaris L – MSRP: $14,920 (currently no incnetives)

2012 Mazda Mazda2 Sport – MSRP: $15,325 (currently 0% APR loan rate for up to 60 months)

When combined with incentives, all of the above cars are excellent deals. If you need an good new vehicle with the latest safety features, best gas mileage, and lowest maintenance and insurance cost for the least amount of money, consider one of the cars in the above list.

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