Welcome to our last post in March, this warm Monday we are going to talk about the best cheapest new cars that you can buy in United Kingdom. In this article we are only going to review the best 5, as I think it doesn’t make sense to come up with a long list, as then most of the cars will become not that cheap.
1. Volkswagen Up
Price starts from: £8,265
This little VW car is quite small, but the most important thing is that you will still get that luxury feeling as driving any other Volkswagen. Volkswagen cars tend to be quite popular among UK drivers. So you can always feel safe and secured with Volkswagen.
Price range from: £8,220
As official peugeot website in UK states: Time to take the city by storm in this funky little 3-door. Heads will be turning wherever you go in the 107. This line actually perfectly describes what Peugeot 107 us all about, a really nice stylish look and very fuel efficient.
3. Vauxhall Corsa
Price range from: £8,995
Since launch back in 2006, Vauhxall corsa has always been on the top of British charts as the most selling car in UK. . Beloved of driving schools and new drivers in particular, it’s available with three doors or five. Vauxhall cars are quite cheap in general and very driver friendly.
4. Toyota Aygo
Price range from: £7,995
Toyota Aygo is the cheapest one on our list, and furthermore, Aygo model has also been quite successful as a “used” car. Overall Toyota hasn’t been particularly popular in British market. However if you are looking for the cheapest model with Asian quality Toyota is the best one to get.
5. Hyundai i10
Price range from £8,345
This is the second cheapest Asian car that you can get in UK. Hyunday models tend to be as popular as Toyota, and also the latest version of i10 is far more complete than previous. Bigger and better equipped than its predecessor, it also promises to be more enjoyable to drive.
It is interesting enough to mention that all of those cars look quite similar. 🙂
Thank you for reading my review and comparison on top 5 cheapest new vehicles to get in UK.