10 Cheapest New Cars for 2021

Here Are the List of 10 Cheapest New Cars for 2021 With best features and specification in their segment.

Hyundai Venue

The Hyundai Venue is the second-cheapest subcompact crossover in the United States. The unique appearance sets it apart in a crowded market of clones. The Venue is only available with a continuously variable automatic transmission and is powered by a 121-hp inline-four (CVT). The Venue is 1.1 second faster than the Nissan Kicks and 2.4 seconds faster than the Toyota C-HR despite its low power.

The infotainment and climate controls are straightforward and quick to operate. With both rear seats folded, the cargo area expands to 32 cubic feet, and with the rear seats in use, it expands to 17 cubic feet. During our highway fuel efficiency inspection, we averaged 31 miles per gallon, which is just marginally less than the smaller Hyundai Accent sedan.

  • $19,925 is the starting price.
  • EPA combined/city/highway fuel economy: 31/30/33 mpg
  • 10-year/100,000-mile powertrain warranty, 5-year/60,000-mile extended warranty, and 3-year/36,000-mile complimentary maintenance warranty.

Hyundai Veloster

The cheapest Hyundai Veloster gives you a taste of what makes hatchbacks so enjoyable to drive. Even though the base engine is a 147-horsepower inline-four, it’s still an economical three-door compact with sharp looks and nimble handling, particularly when compared to the sportier Veloster N’s 275-horsepower turbocharged inline-four. The Veloster is only available in front-wheel drive, and the base model comes with a six-speed manual transmission. The Veloster’s interior is cramped, and its 20 cubic feet of cargo space under the hatch isn’t as large as the Volkswagen Golf’s, but it’s comparable to the more expensive Mazda 3 hatchback.

Its less efficient engine achieves average fuel economy, with an EPA-estimated combined mileage of 30 miles per gallon. The base Veloster is a bargain for those who enjoy driving, despite its drab interior and lack of scoot juice.

  • $19,895 is the starting price.
  • EPA combined/city/highway fuel economy: 28/25/33 mpg
  • 10-year/100,000-mile powertrain warranty, 5-year/60,000-mile extended warranty, and 3-year/36,000-mile complimentary maintenance warranty

Subaru Impreza

The Subaru Impreza has standard all-wheel drive, making it the most affordable AWD vehicle on the market today. A 152-hp flat-four engine with a five-speed manual transmission provides power. Is it the most thrilling engine? No, but it’s a decent mix of power and efficiency, with an EPA-estimated highway fuel economy of 31 miles per gallon. Normal safety features are missing from the base Impreza. Forward-collision alert, automatic emergency braking, and lane-keeping assist are all available as options, unlike the cheaper cars on this list.Subaru’s EyeSight technology won the Impreza a Top Safety Pick+ ranking from the IIHS, but it’s only available on models with automatic transmissions, so it’s not available on the base model.

  • $19,720 is the starting price.
  • EPA combined/city/highway fuel economy: 26/23/31 mpg
  • Powertrain warranty is 5-years/60,000 miles, and the extended warranty is 3-years/36,000 miles.

Kia Forte

The Kia Forte is one of the Korean manufacturer’s best-selling vehicles. Maybe it’s because of its good looks, or maybe it’s because of its incredibly low price. The base engine is a 147-hp inline four, but the GT variant comes with a turbocharged 201-hp engine. The Forte comes standard with a six-speed manual transmission and is only available in front-wheel drive. The 8.0-inch infotainment screen is simple to use and includes modern features like Bluetooth, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto.The Forte gets fantastic gas mileage, with an EPA-estimated highway fuel economy of 37 mpg. It also has a larger gas tank than the Honda Civic and Volkswagen Golf, allowing it to drive over 510 miles before needing to refuel.

  • $18,855 is the starting price.
  • EPA combined/city/highway fuel economy: 31/27/37 mpg
  • Powertrain warranty is 10 years/100,000-miles, and the extended warranty is 5 years/60,000 miles.

Kia Soul

No other vehicle on this list has received a 10Best Trucks and SUVs award. The Kia Soul has accomplished this feat twice. The Soul is a toaster-shaped subcompact SUV with a grumpy old man’s front-fascia. Its shape allows for plenty of space for passengers and freight. With the rear seats folded down, the Soul has 62 cubic feet of cargo space, making it the most spacious vehicle under $20,000 on the market today. The base model has a 147-horsepower inline-four engine and a six-speed manual transmission. The Soul’s biggest flaw is that it is only available in front-wheel drive. And the top trims don’t come with all-wheel drive.We suggest the Impreza for affordable all-wheel drive, or the Kia Seltos if you’re looking for a more capable Kia.

  • The starting price is $18,610.
  • EPA combined/city/highway fuel economy: 27/25/31 mpg
  • Powertrain warranty is 10 years/100,000-miles, and the extended warranty is 5 years/60,000 miles.

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2021 Kia Rio

The Kia Rio has been refreshed for 2021, and it now comes in hatchback and sedan body styles with new front- and rear-end styling. The sedan is $940 less expensive than the five-door hatchback. The Rio’s only powertrain is an inline four with a CVT, and it’s only available in front-wheel drive. Its subcompact size makes it fun to drive around corners, with strong body power, but the dull steering is a constant reminder of the money you didn’t spend. With an EPA-estimated 33 mpg city and 41 mpg highway fuel economy, gas stations despise them. That’s a better deal than the Nissan Versa, which is slightly less expensive.The refreshed model is supposed to have an improved interior, but that won’t change the fact that both the sedan and hatchback Rio lack cargo space.

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  • $17,015 is the starting price.
  • EPA combined/city/highway fuel economy: 36/33/41 mpg
  • Powertrain warranty is 10 years/100,000-miles, and the extended warranty is 5 years/60,000 miles.

Hyundai Accent

Whoever said saving money isn’t cool is a complete moron. Consider the Hyundai Accent, a 120-hp front-drive sedan with a six-speed manual transmission as standard. Instead of wasting horsepower on minor efficiency improvements, the revised 2020 and newer versions now achieve an EPA-estimated highway fuel economy of 39 miles per gallon. The interior lacks the funkiness of the Kia Soul or Rio, but that doesn’t mean it’s poorly constructed. A 5.0-inch touchscreen with Bluetooth is standard, but Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are not. The Accent isn’t particularly strong, but it saves a lot of money.

  • The starting price is $16,390.
  • EPA combined/city/highway fuel economy: 33/29/39 mpg
  • 10-year/100,000-mile powertrain warranty, 5-year/60,000-mile extended warranty, and 3-year/36,000-mile complimentary maintenance warranty

Nissan Versa

In terms of protection and finances, the Nissan Versa is a solid option. The Versa comes standard with front and rear autonomous emergency braking, automatic high-beams, and lane-departure warning, unlike the Kia Rio and Hyundai Accent. It also has a larger 7.0-inch touchscreen for infotainment, but the base model lacks Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. With a conventional five-speed manual transmission, a 122-hp inline-four drives the front wheels. If it helps, people who spend up to $20,000 on a Versa get the same amount of horsepower, but with a dull CVT.The manual transmission, on the other hand, gets significantly worse fuel economy, with an EPA-estimated 35 mpg highway versus the CVT’s 40 mpg.

  • The starting price is $15,855.
  • EPA combined/city/highway fuel economy: 30/27/35 mpg
  • Powertrain warranty is 5-years/60,000 miles, and the extended warranty is 3-years/36,000 miles.

Mitsubishi Mirage

For 2021, the cheapest car from the previous year is a distant second. The Mirage is Mitsubishi’s only vehicle, and unlike its name, its simplicity is not deceiving. The 78-hp three-cylinder engine is shared between the Mirage hatchback and the Mirage G4 sedan. Yes, believe it or not, a car with less than 80 horsepower is still available in the United States today. The transmission is a five-speed manual. To get the Mirage to go anywhere, constant flattening of the accelerator is needed, and the engine’s loud efforts to drive the car faster can be heard and felt throughout the cabin.

  • The starting price is $15,290.
  • EPA combined/city/highway fuel economy: 36/33/41 mpg
  • Limited 10-year/100,000-mile and 5-year/60,000-mile warranties are available.

Chevrolet Spark

The Chevrolet Spark is now the most affordable vehicle on the market in the United States. The Spark provides 27 cu ft of cargo storage with the rear seats down and impressive fuel efficiency for less than the price of a Polaris 850cc snowmobile. The engine is a 98-hp inline four with a five-speed manual transmission as standard in the base model. The Spark gets 38 mpg on the highway, according to the EPA, but its range is limited by a nine-gallon fuel tank. Regrettably, the Spark is severely lacking in standard safety features. If you pay extra, there is no forward-collision warning or automatic emergency braking. Cruise control is also available as an add-on.Unlike the Mitsubishi Mirage, however, even the entry-level trim features a 7.0-inch touchscreen with Bluetooth, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto. The smallest Chevy model is also the most affordable in the United States.

  • $14,395 is the starting price.
  • EPA combined/city/highway fuel economy: 33/29/38 mpg
  • 5-year/60,000-mile powertrain warranty, 3-year/36,000-mile restricted warranty, and one free maintenance visit for the first year