Ten Most Affordable New Cars

Car shoppers with bad credit looking for an affordable new car this September should check out our list of the ten least expensive new cars for approved auto loans

New cars with bad credit

People applying for a problem credit auto loan often ask us if it’s possible to finance a new car.

This is because for the last nineteen years we’ve been involved in bad credit car sales here at Auto Credit Express – where we’re happy to explain why tote the note dealers won’t improve anyone’s credit scores.

Our website also explains the no credit auto loans process so applicants can avoid the problems that can result in repossession.

Choices

Bad credit auto loans are best used when financing a compact or midsize vehicle to save on interest, gas and car insurance costs. Financing for the shortest possible term also means you’ll be in a position to re-finance or take out another loan at a lower interest rate even sooner.

Because of this, most individuals with bad credit will pick a used car. But often there is another choice – an affordable new car.

New cars are reliable, covered by a warranty and rebates and new car incentives can lower the selling price and sometimes, but not always, contribute to the down payment requirements of bad credit lenders.

With nearly three weeks in September in front of us, you have time to check out one of the following affordable new cars:

The top 10 least expensive new cars for September 2011

We’ve taken the time to combine the most affordable new vehicles in the U.S. (nine of them 2011 models and one of them a 2012) with any available new car rebates to come up with the ten least expensive vehicles for the month of September, 2011. All vehicle prices include destination charges, but not the taxes or fees that vary by state.

#10 – 2011 Nissan Versa 4dr 1.6 automatic
Base price – $13,180
September rebate – $0
Price before taxes – $13,180

#9 – 2011 smart fortwo Hatchback
Base price – $13,135
September rebate – $0
Price before taxes – $13,135

#8 – 2011 Suzuki SX4
Base price – $14,264
September rebate – $1,250
Price before taxes – $13,014

#7 – 2011 Nissan Versa 4dr 1.6 manual
Base price – $12,180
September rebate – $0
Price before taxes – $12,180

#6 – 2011 Kia Rio 4dr base manual
Base price – $12,990
September rebate – $1000
Price before taxes – $11,990

#5 – 2012 Nissan Versa 1.6 S manual
Base price – $11,750
September rebate – $0
Price before taxes – $11,750

#4 – 2011 Chevrolet Aveo5 LS manual
Base price – $12,875
September rebate – $1500
Price before taxes – $11,375

#3 – 2011 Chevrolet Aveo LS manual
Base price – $12,725
September rebate – $1500
Price before taxes – $11,225

#2 – 2011 Nissan Versa 4dr 1.6 base manual
Base price – $10,750
September rebate – $0
Price before taxes – $10,750

#1 – 2011 Hyundai Accent GL 2dr
Base price – $10,735
September rebate – $0
Price before taxes – $10,735

Our number one car this month, the 2011 Hyundai Accent, is under $11,000 before taxes with one of the best new car warranties in the business! Since this Accent is a base model and a 2011 as well, you may have to do some searching to find one. But if you can, you’ll find it’s a great deal for the month of September.

The Bottom Line

Affordable new cars, some with September new car incentives, are a great way to be sure the car you’re driving is reliable. Some lenders even allow a portion of those new car rebates to contribute towards the down payments of no credit auto loans.

At Auto Credit Express we help people with bad credit find a dealer that can give them their best chance at approved auto loans.

So if you’re serious about getting your car credit back on track, you can begin the process by filling out our online car loans bad credit application now.

Posted on September 13, 2011 by in Auto Loans, Bad Credit, New Cars
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