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Bankrate's 2007 New Car Guide
What's hot?
All new for 2008 plus a fun interactive to pinpoint the best car for you.
What's hot?
Coupe | Price
The price you pay for a new vehicle will vary from dealership to dealership, but we'll be considering the manufacturer's suggested retail price before discounts, incentives and rebates.
 Chevrolet Cobalt $13,175
Chevrolet Cobalt  The Cobalt has established itself as the best of the small coupes from the U.S. manufacturers. It's a value-packed vehicle for the price: Air conditioning is standard, as is an AM-FM-CD stereo with an input jack for an MP3 player. Power comes from a 148-horsepower 2.2-liter four with a five-speed manual transmission.
 Hyundai Accent$10,415
Hyundai Accent  The base price is impressively low, and the Accent comes with Hyundai's 10-year, 100,000-mile limited warranty. But don't be surprised if you can't find one with that low a sticker price. Most will come with one of two option packages that add air conditioning, a CD player and other desired features for an additional $1,450 to $1,850. It's powered by a 1.6-liter, 110-horsepower four that's coupled with a five-speed manual transmission.
 Toyota Yaris $11,150
Toyota Yaris  A year after its introduction, the Yaris is proving there's an appetite for a solid subcompact. Thanks to a weak dollar, the price has crept up a bit for the hatchback coupe. But at that price you get a well-equipped vehicle that comes with air-conditioning. The engine is no powerhouse -- a 105-horsepower, 1.5-liter four with a five-speed manual transmission -- but it's running a small car.

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