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Nissan Versa: the cheapest car you can buy in 2023

The 2023 Nissan Versa is the cheapest car you can find. This is followed by the Mitsubishi Mirage and the Kia Rio, which cost $16,245 and $16,550.

People looking to buy a budget car next year might want to consider the 2023 Nissan Versa, which starts at $15,730 . This model is considered the least expensive new car in the United States today, according to a report by Kelley Blue Book.

Nissan charges an additional $1,095 to ship the subcompact car to the buyer’s address, KBB reported.

There are only three subcompact car models left on the market by 2023. These are:

–Nissan Versa (starting at $15,730)
–Mitsubishi Mirage (starting at $16,245)
–Kia Rio (starting at $16,550)

It should be noted that Chevrolet canceled the production of the Spark subcompact, which was the cheapest new car on sale in the United States in 2022. Likewise, Hyundai also canceled its Accent subcompact for 2023.

KBB says that the Kia Rio, while it may be a slightly more expensive option, could be the best of the three. And it is that it has the longest warranty and can also be the most visually attractive among them.

According to KBB, subcompact sedans, as a rule, are not attractive vehicles . The reason is that car manufacturers tend to design all their sedans to look similar for brand awareness.

However, the front end that looks good on a midsize car usually looks bulging and comical when reduced to subcompact proportions.

But, if you are looking to spend as little as possible, then the Nissan Versa would be the option that meets this requirement.

Ellie Gibson
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