The Rise of Ultra-Cheap Cars
New cars are typically very expensive, some people are now looking to older or Mercedes A-Class Used Cars as opposed to brand new ones. In order to sell new cars, many car manufacturers are now making cheaper cars.
New cars can be very expensive and tend to depreciate at a much quicker rate than second hand cars or Mercedes A-Class Personal Lease, even with dealer incentives and offers. Most manufacturers are expanding their model ranges to appeal to as wider target customer audience as possible so not to miss out on sales and market share.
A new breed of smaller, economical cars has been born and have grown in popularity, mainly appealing to the cost conscious savers of today’s tough economic climate. Many car manufacturers are designing and building these nippy, mass market models from alternative materials, in different parts of the world, in order to keep production costs to a minimum, maximising their margins.
Below are a number of cars that have been created recently using cutting edge technology, designed to be environmentally friendly, versatile for city driving and best of all: cheap to buy new.
The Tata Nano
The Tata Nano bears more than a passing resemblance to the Smart Car from Mercedes. Many people had concerns over the safety rating for such small cars, but despite it being amongst the cheapest cars in the world to buy, it has still passed safety and emissions ratings and is still miraculously classified as a 4 door family car.…The Rise of Ultra-Cheap Cars Read More