If you are intending to get a brand new car but don’t want one that eats a lot of gas or would cost a lot for repairs, you should think about a car that costs between $10,000 to $15,000. It needs to also have 4/5 doors and it shouldn’t be a huge car.
Probably you’ll purchase a car that uses gasoline. Probably the top gas powered car when it comes to fuel efficiency is Toyota’s Yaris. Even so, let’s investigate Diesel options, since you will have several choices here also.
Between 8,000 to 10,000 Euros, a person may well get an Astra, Corsa, Opel or a Renault Clio. You may also consider purchasing a second-hand car with 60 000 – 140 000 kilometers.
When you have greater than 12 000 dollars, you can find Opel Astra, Mazda 6 (a great car with a lot of optional features), and some Hyundai Accents. You may also seek out a Toyota Yaris on gas, but it will be hard. You’ll be able to locate some BMWs, however only older models that are going to consume quite a substantial amount of gas.
When you have more than 13 000 dollars, you can certainly consider new cars. One automobile to consider at this price is the Mitsubishi Colt but it does have a noisy interior. Moreover, the Colt does not have a good resale value in spite of its decent quality.
Suzuki Swift is another great car, but it is going to be small. There’s ample room for the driver but for the other parts of the car, it’s a bit cramped. The economy model that runs on a 1.25 liter engine is not particularly peppy and not the best value for a new car.
The Hyundai Accent 1.5 is yet another car with typical optional features and a reasonable warranty. The Hyundai service is a plus, and they are also offering warranty for any new car in the limit of 100 000 kilometers or 5 years.
Another solid car will be the Skoda Fabia with a rather peppy 68 HP engine. The only draw back is the service is not thought to be very good and you may have trouble getting it repaired at your local garage.
The Renault Clio is yet another car to consider with its 65 horsepower 1.5 liter engine and sufficient room for a tall person. It’s got pretty good mileage at 5.4 liters per 100km in the city and it consumes just 3.8 liters on the highway. One thing is for sure: you can’t expect a high performance car if you want a car that is fuel efficient. However, several of these scaled-down cars can hit 120 km/h without collapsing under the strain. At greater speeds, the cars may burn more gas at 4 liters per kilometer but will not go higher than 7 or 8.