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The Top Ten Least Expensive Cars of 2007

By Erik Folgate

Yahoo Finance brings you the Top 10 Least Expensive Cars of 2007

  1. Chevrolet Aveo
  2. Hyundai Accent
  3. Suzuki Reno
  4. Kia Rio
  5. Chevrolet Cobalt
  6. Toyota Yaris
  7. Ford Focus
  8. Suzuki Aerio
  9. Mazda B-Series
  10. Suzuki Forenza

Which Ones to Stay Away From

I’d stay away from the Kia Rio, Chevy Cobalt, Aveo, and possibly the Suzuki. Kia has not made the same strides in quality that Hyundai has made. It’s got a great warranty, but that’s for a reason. Don’t waste your time with your car always sitting in the shop. Chevy’s larger cars are great cars, but their smaller style cars lack in quality, originality, and fuel efficiency. Plus, their resale value sucks. I don’t know much about Suzuki. I don’t really know anyone that has said anything good or bad about them. For that reason, I wouldn’t bother with them. If someone has a positive experience with a Suzuki, post a comment.

Which Ones I Recommend

The Mazda B-series pick-up truck is a great little truck. It will last you a while and get the job done if you need to haul a light load around town. The Hyundai Accent has improved greatly over the last 5 years. The warranty is great and the price is right on the mark. The Toyota Yaris just might be the best deal at the best quality. The car gets great gas mileage, it’s affordable, and it’s a Toyota!

Erik Folgate
Erik and his wife, Lindzee, live in Orlando, Florida with a baby boy on the way. Erik works as an account manager for a marketing company, and considers counseling friends, family and the readers of Money Crashers his personal ministry to others. Erik became passionate about personal finance and helping others make wise financial decisions after racking up over $20k in credit card and student loan debt within the first two years of college.

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