10 of the Cheapest Cars in America
It’s not easy being a low-priced new car in this era of low interest rates, cheap gas prices, and hot-selling crossovers. The competition from off-lease used cars with more equipment is fierce. That being said, there’s a lot to like about this segment, and the standard level of equipment on these little guys is getting better every year.
They’re also safer and more efficient than ever before. Take a look at some of the cheapest cars you can buy new.
Nissan Versa S Sedan – $12,855
$12,855. That’s what the bare-bones Nissan Versa S sedan will set you back. For that price, the lowest for a brand new car in this country at the moment, you get 109 hp, a 5-speed manual, A/C, Bluetooth, traction and stability control with ABS … and not much else. You’ll crank your own windows and lock your own doors, too. Good luck finding one at this price.
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