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Are you in the market for a new car, but don't know where to put your money? Perhaps you're unsure whether your cash would be best spent on a new, nearly new or used car? Then this is the place for you.
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Name Liz Day
Drives Kia Sportage
Annual mileage 10,000
My commute is through country lanes, so a higher car would be an advantage to see over hedges. Good boot space for camping trips is a must and occasionally I need to take five people. Low fuel bills would be useful.
1.2 Active, 8155
Target Price 7387
Using the Target Price as a starting point, the Panda could be just within Lizs grasp. Itll average 56.5mpg and theres enough space for luggage or people. It doesnt have the loftiest driving position, though.
Or try a Chevrolet Spark 1.0, 7215
1.3 Multijet Active
The Qubos odd looks hide a refined and spacious interior. Liz will have plenty of room for everyone (and their kit) and official economy is 64.2mpg. The seat is a bit higher than a normal superminis, too.
Or try a... Nissan Note 1.4 Visia, 10/10, 7000
A160 CDI Classic SE 5dr,
The mini-Merc combines a higher seating position than normal with a frugal diesel engine. The Tardis-like interior has plenty of room for people or camping equipment.
Or try a Nissan Qashqai 1.6 Visia,