CAR

Apr 4 2020

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Cheapest brand new car 10 cheapest cars: Why (almost) nobody buys them A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Interested in this topic? You may also want to view these photo galleries: The 2014 Nissan Versa sedan has the lowest starting price of any new car in the U.S., $12,780. (Photo: Nissan Wieck) Story Highlights Nissan Versa sedan is lowest-price new car at $12,780 Dealers seldom stock bare-bones models Most buyers demand more features Cheap new cars can be a disappointment zone. If you go looking for the $12,780 2014 Nissan Versa sedan that went on sale Tuesday …

Apr 2 2020

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Cheap brand new cars for sale Top ten: cheapest new cars on sale A budget figure of £10,000 for a brand new car sounds feasible, but you might think you’re not going to get much for that money. However, you can have any of these smart new cars for under £9500 – in some cases well under. Join us as we count down our favourites, where we give the list price and then the target price, which is the most we think you should pay for the car. 10. Fiat Panda 1.2 Pop 5dr Price: £9410 Target Price: £7947 It …

Apr 2 2020

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Cheapest brand new car The Least Expensive New Cars Cars & Motorcycles Looking for a set of wheels that won’t cost the earth? These are some of the least expensive cars that were produced in 2018. Some are great deals, others not so much. So, before you head to the dealerships, read our list, below. Nissan Versa 1.6 S Good value? Yes, great! The Nissan Versa sedan has been the least-expensive new car for a number of years now, but it’s also the best value on this list. Cheap as it is, the Versa is a roomy four-door sedan with …

Mar 28 2020

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Cheapest brand new car Cheap cars 2019: the cheapest new cars on sale now There are lots of cheap cars on sale today, but do bargain prices represent value for money? The phrase ‘you get what you pay for’ is normally used to imply that apparent bargains aren’t necessarily all they’re cracked up to be. Most of us have been stung by something that looked like a great deal, but turned out to be nothing of the sort. And when it comes to cheap cars the same pitfalls can apply, so is there anything to be learned to avoid making …