Thursday, September 3, 2009

Cheapest Car

Cheapest car in the world have produce by Indonesian people, in just Rp. 2.000.000 or if converse in US dollar become just $ 200, unbelievable. You can drive this car but can not go anywhere, and this car fuel is use water for drinking energy, can not run anymore, hik hik.

Japanese automaker Nissan has announced plans to sell an all-electric sedan, likely similar to its Versa, in Japan by 2010. The car will use a compact lithium-ion battery to achieve a driving range of more than 100 miles per charge, making driving about as cheap as it can possibly get.

For those looking to save money, there's no need to sit idle until such vehicles arrive stateside. There are plenty of fuel-sipping cars available today that are cheap to drive off the lot--and even cheaper to drive over the long term.

There's a gaggle of options, but narrowing down the choices purely in terms of cost is relatively easy: Think foreign, and steer clear of hybrids. Except for Pontiac's G3 hatchback and Chevrolet's Cobalt sedan, all of the cheapest cars to drive are made by non-U.S. automakers: Honda, Hyundai, Nissan, Scion and Toyota. And none have hybrid-electric engines.

The cheapest car for many model are in the range of US $ 15,000. Topping our list are the Toyota Yaris, Nissan Versa and Scion xD, all of which cost around $15,000 or less. Chevrolet have the cheapest price of $16,380. Cars like the $56,550 Lexus GS hybrid and $19,800 Honda Insight sedan do indeed post better fuel efficiencies than their conventional counterparts.

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