The 10 Cheapest New Cars of 2017 - Car and Driver
Hyundai Accent SE ($15,580) Smart Fortwo ($15,400) Nissan Versa Note ($15,095) Kia Rio Sedan ($15,015) Ford Fiesta S Sedan ($15,005) Chevrolet Spark ($13,875) Mitsubishi Mirage ES ($13,830) Nissan Versa S ($12,855) In the case of the cheapest car of 2017, the Nissan Versa sedan, you indeed get what you pay for.
10 cheapest cars: Why (almost) nobody buys them - USA Today
Apr 24, 2013 ... Posted! The Nissan Versa Note, the hatchback version of the nation's Versa, is the latest to join the list of the nation's cheapest cars. Nissan Versa S Sedan: $12,780. Chevrolet Spark LS is $12,995. Smart ForTwo Pure: $13,240. Ford Fiesta S: $13,995. Kia Rio LX: $14,350. Ford Fiesta S Hatchback: $14,995.
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