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Want to pay cash - so looking for the CHEAPEST fuel efficient car out there New. I don't care about comfort and options- just want a local car for groceries etc. I thought about Smart Car, Chevy Volt or Prius ( I thought Prius was way over priced for what they give you) but wish I could get my hands on something like the Nano they drive in India? Is there anything like that here in America ? Or is the Smart car the closest thing to that available in USA?
There's a fuel-efficient car calculator on this page that lets you enter your driving needs and tells you which type of car will have the lowest lifetime cost: * If you want an off-the-wall idea, I own a (very old) electric car that I bought used from eBay - it cost just $2000, and is very cheap to operate. Electricity costs just 2 cents per mile. Even very old electric cars can be very reliable - electric motors require no maintenance. Here's a whole page of used electric cars: *
For the size, the Smart car isn't very fuel efficient. That is, you give up a lot and get very little. The Prius is really great. My 2004 has cost 12 cents per mile for dealer maintenance, tires, and fuel combined over the 125,000 trouble-free miles I've driven it so far. 2004 Prius MPG from the logbook. (Complete years only): 2003-2004 -- 50.8 mpg 17,628 miles 2005 -- 52.6 mpg 14,688 miles 2006 -- 56.3 mpg 16174 miles 2007 -- 57.3 mpg 18384 miles 2008 -- 59.9 mpg 21755 miles 2009 -- 61.4 mpg 16177 miles 2010 -- 65.2 mpg 12134 miles 2011 -- Coming soon With the Prius you are getting a mid-sized car, not a sub-compact or smaller. It will carry four full-sized adults in comfort (not just one adult and two shopping bags) or you can put a bicycle or two in the back without removing their front wheels. The price is similar to other cars in its size range. It also has a proven history of reliability.
My recommendation, Prius and the smart car.
Forget about the smart car you need to look into Fiat 500's. Look those up.
Honda Fit, Hyundai Elantra, fiesta, focus, kia forte, Mazda 3, volkwagen golf, hyundai accent, kia soul, scion xa / xb / xd, kia rio, mazda 2, Nissan Versa, Scion iQ. Here are other choices.
I've heard good things about the Honda Jazz...
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