What's the cheapest new car on the ma...

What's the cheapest new car on the market?

There are 11 comments on the OrlandoSentinel.com - Tourism story from Jan 21, 2011, titled What's the cheapest new car on the market?. In it, OrlandoSentinel.com - Tourism reports that:

I will be going away to school soon and my father has agreed to help me buy me a car.

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Oviedo, FL

#1 Jan 22, 2011
Usually Matchbox are the cheapest. Hotwheels a bit more. Gas mileage may vary.
Just the Truth

Pittsburgh, PA

#2 Feb 8, 2011
You get what you pay for..........

Since: Jan 11

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#3 Feb 8, 2011
hyundai
Just the Facts

Pittsburgh, PA

#6 Feb 14, 2011
Kia

Since: Jan 11

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#7 Feb 14, 2011
Just the Facts wrote:
Kia
Tour right but I think he may want something that lasts more than 3 years.
albedodown

Lynnwood, WA

#8 Sep 29, 2011
nothingface25 wrote:
You're right but I think he may want something that lasts more than 3 years.
My Ford Festiva (Mazda engine, Kia body) is 23 years old, running great & getting well over 43MPG on the road. Kia had better repair statistics than Hyundai when Hyundai bought them. Hyundai used that extra tech & now Hyundai cars are reliable. My wife's 2008 Hyundai Accent has had no problems in 50,000 miles, & I have driven it to 42MPG while going over 4000 & 3000 foot mountain passes. Going over a shorter mountain pass, I got 45MPG. The Accent hasn't developed even one squeak, creak, rattle or other annoying noises.

Hyundai warranties their inexpensive cars for 100,000 miles & still makes lots of money.

nothingface25 knows nothing.

Now, in the 2012 dated cars, Nissan Versa seems to have the cheapest car sold in quantity & priced under $11,000. Adding the spectacular CVT auto transmission, the Versa still is under $13,000.

Since: Dec 11

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#9 Dec 26, 2011
Definitely Hyundai and we can consider Toyota as well
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Since: Jan 11

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#10 Dec 26, 2011
albedodown wrote:
<quoted text>My Ford Festiva (Mazda engine, Kia body) is 23 years old, running great & getting well over 43MPG on the road. Kia had better repair statistics than Hyundai when Hyundai bought them. Hyundai used that extra tech & now Hyundai cars are reliable. My wife's 2008 Hyundai Accent has had no problems in 50,000 miles, & I have driven it to 42MPG while going over 4000 & 3000 foot mountain passes. Going over a shorter mountain pass, I got 45MPG. The Accent hasn't developed even one squeak, creak, rattle or other annoying noises.

Hyundai warranties their inexpensive cars for 100,000 miles & still makes lots of money.

nothingface25 knows nothing.

Now, in the 2012 dated cars, Nissan Versa seems to have the cheapest car sold in quantity & priced under $11,000. Adding the spectacular CVT auto transmission, the Versa still is under $13,000.
I know your car that is 23 years old isn't getting 43mpg
kirbycabin

Barre, VT

#11 May 2, 2012
Just a fact...I have a friend that has a fleet of festivas...really...he used to be a mechanic (now is a slate roofer) and has two and a couple of parts cars...he is consistently getting 43-45 mpg...and his festivas are old!
litesong

Everett, WA

#12 Jun 6, 2012
Northface25 wrote:
I know your car that is 23 years old isn't getting 43mpg.....
Yes, you are right. My car isn't getting 43 mpg any longer. I switched our 3 cars to 100% pure(ethanol-free) gasoline eight months ago, & my mpg for the 23 year old Ford Festiva has increased to 45.6 mpg.

Go to pure-gas.org for addresses, details & a great zoomable map to the minority of 5300+ stations(1 in every 32, & rising) that sell 100% pure gasoline. With carefully accurate records, our 3 cars have increased mpg by 8.3%, 7-8% & 5%. All engines are quieter, smoother, & have a trace more power so that less downshifting is necessary to ascend hills.
litesong

Everett, WA

#13 Jun 6, 2012
kirbycabin wrote:
Just a fact...I have a friend that has a fleet of festivas...really...he used to be a mechanic (now is a slate roofer) and has two and a couple of parts cars...he is consistently getting 43-45 mpg...and his festivas are old!
Yeah, Ford Festivas rule!

kirbycabin...... try some 100% gasoline(read post above). Unfortunately, the closest to Barre, VT(your neck of the woods?) is in Waitsfield.

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