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Name Frank Voyce
Drives Hyundai Elantra
Annual mileage 4000
I have been driving for 60 years, but the insurance and running costs are now too high to keep my existing car. Can you recommend a cheaper run-around? If I go for a used car, I want to spend only 2000.
At the Target Price, the 1.0-litre Spark is the cheapest new car on the market. There arent many frills, but this practical city car does boast six airbags. Its also one of the cheapest cars to run, tax and insure.
Or try a Nissan Pixo 1.0 Visia, 6995
1.1 Active Eco
The Panda is a solid buy. Its reliable, comfortable and impressively economical to run, costing just 30 in annual road tax. It also sits in the cheapest insurance group.
Or try a... Chevrolet Matiz 1.0 SE+, 09/09, 2950
1.0 12v Life
The 1.0-litre 12v is our favourite engine in Corsas of this age; it can return around 50mpg, making fuel costs less of a headache. Insurance, too, will place relatively light demands on Franks wallet.
Or try a VW Polo 1.2 Twist