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You can sound polite and say "inexpensive" but if you're strapped for cash, the most important question when shopping for a new car is: what's the cheapest car on the market? AutoGuide has got the answer, along with the nine runners up.

Arguably the most fun to drive car on the list, the Mazda 2 manages to do so with the least amount of horsepower. A 1.5-liter 4-cylinder makes an even 100-hp although with a 4-speed automatic fuel economy isn't as good as it should be at 28/34-mpg. (28/35-mpg with the standard transmission).

Priced at $14,180 it looks good outside and in and is the brand's first model to come with a brake-override system. What it doesn't have is a great deal of cargo room with 13.3 cu-ft in the rear hatch area, with a total of 27.6 cu-ft with the rear seats folded flat.

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More: Top 10 Cheapest New Cars You Can Buy on Autoguide.com
 

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One thing I know everyone can agree on is that cheap cars now are actually well worth it, and they have improved by a lot. I think with gas prices on the rise and the rough economy people are looking for cars with top MPG's, small, and cheap which might explain why cheap cars are so good now
 
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