When you’re buying a new vehicle, you shouldn’t have to choose between quality and affordability. Luckily, some of the latest car and SUV models released in 2020 offer you both. Companies have released new and improved models with luxe features at entry-level price points. You can find reliable performance, savvy tech features, comfortable interiors, and impressive safety functions that are comparable to more high-end models. Wondering which vehicles are downright cheap? You can actually find both cars and SUVs at budget-friendly price points. You might even be able to score some models for less than $15,000. Between the prices and modern builds, these 2020 models are worth checking out.
MSRP: Starting at $13,220
This sporty-looking hatchback is compact, reliable and available in four trims. You can zip through town on decent gas mileage with 30MPG in city driving and 38MPG on the highway. The small build makes it easy to drive through narrow streets and parking spots. Plus, safety features such as automatic emergency braking and lane departure warning are noteworthy safety features.
MSRP: Starting at $13,995
Lease for: $189 per month
Another affordable car on the list is the 2020 Mitsubishi Mirage. It has excellent gas mileage averaging at 36MPH for city and 43MPG for highway driving. Available in four trims, the Mirage has a 6.5 inch touchscreen display with smartphone compatibility and Bluetooth. It has five seats, a cozy interior and functional cargo space.
MSRP: Starting at $14,730
The Nissan Versa was voted the Consumer Guide Best Buy Award and offers a wide range of features. One of them is the Versa Safety Shield 360 which monitors activity around the entire vehicle to provide blind spot warning, rear automatic braking, rear cross traffic alert, and lots more. Another perk is the hill start assist, which prevents you from rolling backwards on steep hills by holding brake pressure until you hit the pedal.
MSRP: Starting at $15,295
With 120 horsepower and up to 36MPG combined, the Hyundai Accent is a modern and compact sedan. The hands-free smart trunk release and five-inch touchscreen display are some features it offers. Available in three trims, the Accent has a 60/40 split-folding rear backseat and a rear view monitor.
MSRP: Starting at $16,790 A practical and quick car to consider is the 2020 Rio 5-Door. It has an inline 4-cylinder engine, 6-speed automatic transmission, and Motor Driven Power Steering. The athletic build has a wide hatch opening and low life-over height, with folding rear seats giving you plenty of space for storage. The seven-inch touchscreen provides you with standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto with a rearview camera.