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Dacia Sandero: Priced from £5,995
This is officially the UK’s cheapest car to buy and for the money, it’s not a bad deal. Admittedly equipment is low with the cheapest model charging extra pennies for a radio fitting, whilst white paintwork and black bumpers is your only external colour combination, but for a new car it drives pretty well, and inside the cabin you’ll find more space than many of its rivals.
Skoda Citigo: Priced from: £7,990
The Skoda Citigo is the cheapest city car of the new VW Group trio of cars which includes the Seat Mii and the Volkswagen Up! Although the three cars share the same engine, they differ f=greatly in price with the VW Up! being the most expensive buy thanks to its prestigious badge. The Skoda Citigo is one of the best and most affordable city cars currently on the market. Its three-cylinder engine offers good performance and its handling feels surprisingly sophisticated for such a small car.
Based purely on its list price, the second cheapest car in the UK is currently the Renault Twizy electric car however, in addition to the selling price you’ll need to take into account the cost of hiring a battery which is a minimum of £45 per month extra. The Renault Twizy is certainly fun to drive about town and you’ll certainly get lots of attention, but the downside is that you may freeze in the process! The cabin is completely open to the elements and this is coupled with a distinct lack of storage space, equipment and security measures.
Suzuki Alto: Priced from: £7,199
The Suzuki Alto is the Uk’s fifth cheapest car, but together with Suzuki’s ongoing VAT-free offer, you can pick up the cheapest version of the car for just £5,999! Although it is not as stylish as the class leaders, it’s fun to drive as well as being economical, cheap to insure and sports a simply laid our dash. The main drawback to this model is its boot which is tiny and sports a high lip, but at the price on offer, if you’re looking for practicality coupled with great economy, you really can’t go wrong.
Kia cars are stylish and the Picanto is no exception. It offers a classy cabin and a good driving position as well as Kia’s reassurance of a seven-year warranty as standard. Purchase a Kia Picanto now and you can benefit from “customer savings” of between £250 and £1,250 reducing the showroom price of the cheapest version to just £7,995.