To help you in your search for a cheap car, we have compiled the 10 cheapest cars.
They are listed by base price from cheapest to most expensive, all prices include destination charges, but not incentives or taxes and fees.
To make the list useful to as many car buyers as possible, all prices include an automatic transmission, raising the price of some models that offer a manual.
For vehicles with more than one transmission option, the EPA estimated combined mpg rating is for the automatic model.
Cheapest new car (with automatic transmission)
1. 2023 Mitsubishi Mirage ES: $17,600
2. 2023 Kia RioLX: $17,645
3. 2022 Hyundai Accent SE: $17,740
Four. Nissan Versa S 2023 : 18 425 $
5. Kia Forte LX 2023 : 20 585 $
6. 2023 Hyundai EBE SE: $20,795
7. 2022 Nissan Sentra S: $21,045
8. 2023 Kia Soul LX : $21,085
9. 2023 Hyundai Elantra SE: $21,545
dix. 2023 Subaru Impreza: $22,115
2023 Mitsubishi Mirage ES
Price: $17,600, including $1,045 location
Combined fuel economy: 39 mpg
2022 Mitsubishi Mirage
At the top of the list of the most expensive cars, the Mirage is a small hatchback that seats up to five people.
The combination of the small 1.2-liter three-cylinder engine and the optional continuously variable automatic transmission delivers a great EPA-estimated gas mileage of 39 mpg combined but comes at the expense of efficiency.
Mirage is slow. That said, we thought it was fun to drive the last time we reviewed it.
For 2021, the Mirage has a refreshed face and redesigned rear bumper, an updated interior with new soft-touch panels, a new 7-inch touchscreen, and standard safety features including speed brakes.
Automatic emergency and pedestrian detection of all types. If you want a trunk, Mitsubishi also offers a sedan model called the Mirage G4; with the CVT, it starts at $18,450.