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I see so many advertisements for year-end deals on automobiles, zero-percent financing, cash back, five-star safety ratings, great gas mileage, and so on, and my head is spinning. If I wanted to buy a small-to-midsize car with excellent gas mileage, good safety rating, and the most attractive financial deal out there, what kind of car should I be looking at? All opinions are welcome; help me make sense of all these offers, please!
If you can get in a Toyota prius on the financial terms listed particularly zero percent financing, five star safety ratings and great gas mileage the Prius is the best bet. Everything has its downsides, Prius is not a snow car but it does fine in the winter. Then Honda's Insight, its a great buy, but its not cute. The Volkswagen Turbo Diesel powered engine cars. If you can wait until January 2014 Mazda 6 is a stunner gas or diesel. The 2012 Mazda3. My guess is you are asking why. The Prius has been around for a decade, whatever was the problem should be none at this point. On a tank of gas the latest Prius has been known to get 1,200 miles on a tank of gas. Honda's Insight has a part time electric engine strategy, only when the car starts until 20 or 25 mph then the gas engine take over. Reportedly this car can roll somewhere in the neighborhood of 700-800 miles on a tank of gas. VW Turbodiesel variety in the Passat and Beetle are good for 700 miles on a tank of gas and Diesel engines are notorious for 1 million miles. The Mazda6 is mechanically a new car from scratch improving every mechanical bit that moves the car, nothing new, just lighter stronger and more capable. The brand calls this approach SkyActiv. Based on the reviews and pictures this is a gorgeous car that will be right up there with Volkswagen's mileage of 700 miles on a tank of gas. The Mazda 3 is practical 400-540 miles on a tank of gas using the SkyActiv package really good value. The reason I listed these cars, you have the best chance to get the most out of them while making payments and they have the best chance of reliable service life after the terms of your loan has been completed. The goal with any car buyer should be to pay the car off in order to have a perfectly working car well beyond the monthy payments. The two cars that show the most promise would be Toyota's Prius and Volkswagen's turbo diesel variety. Hopefully this will clear things up a bit. Enjoy
The Volkswagen Jetta TDI (Turbo Diesel Injected) gets 50 miles per gallon and prices out at approximately 22 thousand, or a little more. A TDI Jetta has a lot of get up and go, is good handling. The only drawback in the VW TDI Jetta, is every 75 thousand miles you need to replace the timing belt, at a cost of 300 to 500 dollars at a dealership. Jettas are good handling, safe to drive and they have ample air bags in the dash and doors. One advantage of diesels is they tend to run longer than gas engines. The manual transmission Jetta gets a wee bit higher mileage, than the automatic transmission VW TDI Jetta. They manufacture both manual shift, and automatic Jettas.
Toyota Pious without a doubt. The nickel for its batteries comes from Canada. It is shipped to Norway to make the batteries, which are shipped to Japan to be put in the cars, which are shipped back to the US or the UK or wherever, so that eco-tossers can like so totally save the planet and stuff man. You have to admit, that is some mileage. I can only speak from local and personal experience. Such a car is Trimble for a middle class greenie who swans around London doing maybe 50 miles a week. I will drive such a car when it can do 2,000 miles between charges, carry half a ton of secondhand books from Scotland to London and be cheaper than diesel. And the recharge must take minutes, not hours. It will happen, but it's a long way off. Edit : Sorry I didn't answer your question. I was feeling a bit grrrrrrrr...... Edit edit : The US idea of a small car is probably different to the European. Economy and greenness are such important factors in modern cars, that i would say just choose one you like the look of. I would go for one with a friendly 'face'. Look at it from the front and ask yourself, what will this say to someone who sees it in the rear view mirror - out of my way motherfvucker or have a nice day now.
Buy an Audi, Then when someone in a zero percent financed super economy five star rated pile of crap runs into the back of you , you will the be the one pushing the wheelchair rather than the one in it. My Audi A4 got hit from the rear by a maniac in a lorry. Bent my towbar slightly and tore the front of his lorry.
Get any year of the VW jetta or passat TDI. I personally would go passat because you get a-lot more room compared to the jetta. Diesel runs longer than gas engines and you get 46mpg at the minimum. I currently drive a 96 passat TDI with 252k on it and still going strong averaging 47mpg. The guy above me is right though, its really expensive to replace the timing belt. I have tried to do it myself once and its almost impossible to do. You can see why they charge so much to do it.
The HOnda Fit and Toyata Yaris do great with milage without being hybrids. I have done 51.8 mpg in my prius which has saved me more than $1,200 per year of net money and I only drive 10,000 miles a year.
Go get a Honda Civic with the 5 speed Automatic. They get great mpg and Honda has a million of them on the lots. Negotiate right and you can get an LX for around $16,800 before taxes and an EX for around $18K before taxes.
Whats your budget? Ford Focus or Fiesta are both great cars.
Honda Accord or Chevy Cruze are two good choices.
Volt, leaf, prius