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Cheapest cars for 2013Back

In line with our theme of new cars currently set to be released this year, we’re showing why you don’t need bundles of cash available to invest in a new car in 2013. In fact, there are some fantastic new models about to be let loose on our streets which are not only easy on the eye, but also easy on the wallet.

The Trusted Dealers take a look at some of the cheapest and most affordable best new cars to hit the streets in 2013.

Suzuki Splash: Priced from £7,777

The Splash is a super mini-MPV car which offers an elevated driving position and is the perfect choice for small families and those people who are looking for a smart and cheap city run-around with an impressively spacious cabin. At the moment, thanks to a current VAT-free offer from Suzuki, you can make a saving of £1,548.00 into the bargain!

Nissan Pixo: Priced from £7,250

The Nissan Pixo is set to be a firm favourite with those who are looking for a car which is cheap to buy and cheap to run. In fact, the Pixo offers a return of 64mpg on the EU combined cycle which makes it an excellent contender for budget motoring this year. It also offers a tight turning circle which can work wonders in built up urban areas.

Hyundai i10: Priced from: £6,995.00

The Hyundai i10 offers a spacious city car that is good to drive and cheap to buy and run. Its well equipped too, and thanks to Hyundai’s latest offer which knocks £1,350 off the list price, you can currently purchase the Hyundai i10 1.2-litre in Classic trim for a bargain price. Avoid the eco-focused Blue model unless you live in London.

Renault Twizy: Priced from £6,690.00

The Renault Twizy is an electric car which is listed as the second cheapest car to buy currently in the UK, however, the catch is that you’ll need to lease a battery in addition to the RRP. Nevertheless, the Twizy is fun to drive about town and due to its ergonomic design, it promises to evoke lots of attention from passers by.For an electric vehicle, it is very cheap to buy, but you’ll need to pack some waterproofs as the cabin has been left completely open to the elements!

Dacia Sandero: Priced from £5,995.00

The Dacia Sandero supermini is officially the cheapest car to buy in Britain and offers outstanding value for money, a practical and spacious cabin, a selection of strong petrol engines to choose from and a solid dash which is simple and easy to access and use. It’s not a bad drive either, although the lower engine models are less smooth and safety equipment is lacking.

 

Posted by Leana Kell on 02/01/2013