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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?
Sedan | 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 Aveo $9,995-$13,765
Chevrolet Aveo   With the average transaction price for new cars approaching $30,000, it's hard to imagine that there's a four-door sedan out there for under $10,000. Yes, it's small and doesn't come with air-conditioning (it can be dealer-installed), but if you need something that can carry four people from point A to point B, this may be your car.
 Kia Rio $10,770-$14,345
Kia Rio   For less than a grand more than the low-price leader Chevrolet Aveo, the Kia Rio adds a nicer interior and the added safety advantage of standard side-impact airbags. Air-conditioning and power steering are options, but the base Rio is still a bargain.
 Toyota Yaris $12,025-$14,250
Toyota Yaris Sedan   This is the face of the new offerings in the economy sedan category. The Yaris, like the Honda Fit and the Nisan Versa, offers a lot of features for just a little money. It's clearly a step up from the Kia Rio and the Chevrolet Aveo, with such standard features as air-conditioning, power steering and a four-speaker stereo.

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