What used Hyundai Atoz hatchback will I get for my budget?
How much does it cost to run a Hyundai Atoz hatchback?
Not many cars will come cheaper than the Atoz. It was dirt-cheap when it was new, and although resale values weren't as catastrophic as you might expect, the car is old enough now that you can pick up even one of the youngest examples for pennies.
Fuel economy isn't spectacular by today's standards, but compare it to cars of the day, and it's very good. The Atoz will return an average of 44.8mpg from its small engine, so it won't cost you much in fuel bills, especially as you won't want to drive it very far.
Whichever of the two versions you buy, you'll pay the same insurance premium. The good news is that this is also cheap because the Atoz is in group 2.
The car needs to undergo routine servicing every 10,000 miles, but unlike the Atoz's other running costs, servicing will prove a bit more expensive than you'll pay on other city cars.