Cheapest and Highest MPG Cars Available Right Now
Some people just want a dependable car that will get them from point A to B with minimal cost.
Here is a list of the five most cost-effective (below $14,000) and most fuel-efficient cars on the market right now.
|1. 2012 Hyundai Accent
Redesigned for 2012, this subcompact delivers the best price-vs-mpg ratio in the subcompact segment.
Base MSRP Price: $12,445
|2. 2011 Ford Fiesta
Safe, reliable, packed with great options, the Fiesta proves America is back in the game in the subcompact market.
Base MSRP Price: $13,200
|3. 2011 Toyota Yaris
A great value, thanks to the reliability and polish that Toyota is famous for.
Base MSRP Price: $13,155
|4. 2011 Nissan Versa
A sub-$10,000 base price makes this the cheapest of any standard production car offered in the United States.
Base MSRP Price: $9,990
|5. 2011 Chevrolet Aveo
Its last year in production, the Aveo is still a good value.
Base MSRP Price: $11,965
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- Gregg Fidan
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