10 cheapest cars to ownHonda Fit
Starting price: $15,4605-year total cost: $29,420Cost per mile: 39 centsHonda Fit: Nicely appointed, even the base Fit has air conditioning, full-power accessories and a four-speaker audio system with CD player and auxiliary input jack. Its performance is on par with this group and is provided by a 117-horsepower, 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine. Its fuel economy is among the best with EPA estimates of 27 mpg city/33 mpg highway.Choose another car:1. Hyundai Accent GS2. Nissan Versa3. Chevrolet Aveo5 LS4. Suzuki SX4 Sedan5. Pontiac G36. Mazda3 iSport7. Honda Fit8. Pontiac Vibe9. Toyota Yaris10. Nissan Sentra« Back to the Table of Contents Create a news alert for "auto" advertisementRelated Links:National auto loan averagesHow far can you go on a tank of gas? Nissan Versa BaseRelated Articles:Top 10 tailgating cars Trade in, skip 'Clunkers'Bikes not in 'Clunkers?'
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