World’s Least Expensive Cars in 2011: Save Money for Less Features

By Posted 12 May 2011, 13:21

We have previously brought you information on the world’s most expensive cars, as well as iPhone apps which help you to save money on gas prices, but now we have some information on some of the world’s least expensive cars for 2011.

This will come in handy for those consumers who are searching for a new family or individual car, but don’t want to break the bank balance doing so. The following cars are all on sale in America today, and apply to that region only.

First up is the 2011 Hyundai Accent GL, which is available to buy now for a very reasonable $10,705. Equipped with a 110 horsepower engine, it proudly holds the title of being the least expensive car in America. For that price though, you won’t get air con unless you put $1000 on top of that price, while you won’t get power steering or automatic transmission either.

Another car which is considered one of the world’s least expensive cars is the 2011 Chevrolet Aveo LS Sedan, available for a very modest $12,685. Air con is another extra fee on top, but unlike the Accent GL, the price includes a stereo system with MP3 connection. You can add a lot of extras, but based on the design and standard features, you are probably worth choosing a different model altogether.

You can view a full list of the world’s least expensive cars for 2011 over at Cars.com. If you have picked up a decent model which you think is very reasonable money wise, let us know below.