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What Are the Most Affordable Cars of 2014?

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Car fans, we know that many different factors are on your mind when you look for a new car, but we also are pretty sure that most of you think that finding the most 2014 Hyundai Accentaffordable car is a good way to go.

Well, Kelley Blue Book just released their list of the most affordable cars of 2014; let’s take a look!

The Top Ten in Saving Money

Everyone likes saving money, and lists like this one make it easy to save on one of the more expensive purchases a person makes in life. Without further ado, here’s the list:

  • 2014 Hyundai Accent—Hyundai has built their name on low prices, and in recent years, they have combined that with higher value, improving features and performance on the Accent.
  • 2014 Toyota Prius c—Superior fuel efficiency is a great way to make a vehicle affordable, and the Prius is one of the most famous hybrid cars for a good reason.
  • 2014 Toyota Corolla—This mid-size sedan is one of the best-selling cars of all time, and it’s pretty easy to see why. 2014 brought a total redesign, but Toyota still made the list.
  • 2014 Scion xD—Reliable, fuel efficient, and a clever sense of style. You may not see many of these on the road, but you should!
  • 2014 Ford Fiesta—The Fiesta was a fan favorite back in the day, and it’s back as an affordable and efficient hatchback in some exciting colors. Add in the modern tech features and this is clearly a solid car for millennials.
  • 2014 Nissan Versa Sedan—A roomy and well-equipped sedan, this Nissan has been one of the most affordable in its class for some time, and that isn’t changing.
  • 2014 Toyota Yaris—While the Corolla gets a lot of attention, the Yaris is a versatile hatchback, giving you more freedom in what you do with your car while staying efficient and affordable.
  • 2014 Scion iQ—The smallest four-seat vehicle in the country, the iQ gets incredible fuel efficiency and looks great doing it. It also has one of the lowest 5-year cost to own ratings.
  • 2014 Chevy Spark—Another small four-seater, the Spark debuted in 2013 and has taken the auto world by storm with mid-to-high 30’s in highway and city fuel economy.
  • 2014 Chevy Spark EV—The standard Spark impresses, but if you’re wanting to go electric, the EV model is the way to go. It’s got an incredible range and everything we love about the Spark.

To get a more in-depth look, take a look at the KBB list for yourself.