Looking for cheap wheels that will get you from point A to point B without breaking the bank?
Then you will love these ultra affordable cars and seeing just how much cheaper you can pick them up for. All prices include destination. Check out the Top 10 Cheapest Cars of 2015 below.
The Toyota Yaris received a refresh in 2015, making it look more aggressive than ever. It also comes with nine airbags, bluetooth connectivity and power door locks for just $15,670. Under the hood is a 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine that makes 106-hp. When mated to the five-speed manual transmission the Yaris is rated to get 33 MPG combined.
The stylish looking Hyundai Accent GLS Sedan comes in at $15,555 and includes a six-speaker 172-watt sound system as standard equipment. Under the hood is a peppy 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine that makes 138-hp. When paired to the six-speed manual transmission the Hyundai Accent is capable of getting an average 31 MPG.
See Also: 2015 Hyundai Accent Review
The Chevrolet Sonic is a highlight on this list thanks to its cool styling and a nice 1.8-liter engine that makes 138 hp. Weighing in at 2,727 lbs. the Sonic is one of the more fun to drive cars on this list. This affordable LS model comes with Bluetooth, AC, 10 airbags and a 60/40 split folding rear seat.
The Nissan Versa Note S is the hatchback version of the Versa Sedan and offers more room behind the front seats. Rear seat passengers will easily prefer the Note over the Sedan, and you also gain about 4 extra cubic feet of storage in the trunk. If you need more space, the Versa Note S comes standard with folding rear seats, while the Versa Sedan S doesn’t. Like the Sedan though, the Note comes standard with a five-speed manual transmission that is paired to a 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine.
See Also: Nissan Versa Note Second Opinion
The subcompacts from Korea are bonafide stars in the segment. Packing 138 HP in a small-but-stylish package, its the Kia Rio that really stands out. That’s mainly due to its $14,815 price tag. Even better, Kia doesn’t charge you if you want a hatchback instead of the sedan. Both cost just under $15,000 for the manual-equipped LX models.
With its 120-hp engine and 2,500-lb. curb weight, the Ford Fiesta sedan is one of the more enjoyable subcompacts available on the market today. It’s fun to drive dynamics help you forget about how its 31 MPG combined pales in comparison to other subcompact rivals, but at least the Fiesta is just as inexpensive as its counterparts coming in under $15,000.
See Also: Ford Fiesta vs Versa Note Comparison
What’s rear-engined, rear-wheel drive, features an automated manual transmission and costs just over $14,000? No its not a race car, it’s the smart fortwo pure coupe. This two-seater is one of the most inexpensive automatic cars on this list, although the transmission is quite jerky and uncomfortable at times. At least the fortwo comes standard with air-conditioning, but if you want a radio, it’ll cost you an extra $350.
The Mitsubishi Mirage is a quirky looking subcompact that features a 1.2-liter three-cylinder engine that’s mated to a five-speed manual transmission. For under $14,000 you get an automatic air conditioning, 140-watt sound-system and some fantastic fuel mileage. Expect to get at least 40 MPG in combined driving situations if you opt for the manual Mirage.
See Also: Mitsubishi Mirage Review
This is a peculiar car on the list. Our information says that a Chevy Spark LS, which comes with an 84-HP 1.2 liter four-cylinder engine and five-speed manual transmission costs just $13,095. However, trying to build such a car on Chevrolet’s consumer website will not give you any price at all. Instead, Chevrolet advises you to contact your dealer in order to spec out such a car. We imagine that it’s so hard to even find such a stripped out Spark that the company isn’t even considering advertising it.
See Also: 2014 Chevrolet Spark Review
The Versa Sedan S may not sound like anything special, but at just $12,815 it does come with a few surprises, like Bluetooth connectivity for your cell-phone and air conditioning. Under the hood is a tiny 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine that makes 109-hp and is good for 36 MPG on the highway when paired to the five-speed manual transmission.
See Also: 2014 Nissan Versa Sedan Review