What's the used Hyundai Amica hatchback like?
If you're in the market for a cheap city car with low running costs, the Amica won't disappoint.
This is a car that will never demand too much of your cash. It's extremely inexpensive considering all the equipment you get (provided you choose the right model) and running costs are minimal.
Granted, it's not great to drive, but it's reasonable. The soft suspension soaks up the majority of bumps well, but bigger ones can be felt crashing into the cabin. The body does lean a lot in corners, but there's enough grip to keep you safely on the black stuff, although the small but frugal engine means it performs best in town.
The cabin is bland and uses cheap materials, but it's certainly durable, and a clean version shouldn't be hard to find. There's space enough for four adults, and it's easy for passengers to get in and out.