Top cheapest cars found across the world

For those who didn’t knew, there are cars available at very moderate price. Wherever you are around the globe, you have various options when it comes to buying cheapest cars. Let’s take a look at these cars:

Dacia Sandero, price starting from $9,477
Renault Twizy, price starting from £6,895
Dacia Logan MCV, price starting from £6,995
Fiat Palio, price starting from $9,242
Hyundai i10, price starting from $9,096
Tata Indica, price starting from  $8,500.
Chery A-1, price starting from $7,340
Geely HQ SRV, price starting from  $5,780
Geely MR, price starting from $5,500
Suzuki Maruti 800, price starting from $4,994.
Chery QQ, price starting from $4,781.
Tata Nano, price starting from $2,497. 

All these cars are undoubtedly the cheapest you can find anywhere else in the world. If you are having a very tight budget, any of the car mentioned in this list can probably fit in your options. 


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