Getting your first new car and have a tight budget? Or do you just want the most out of your buck and still go for a brand new car?
Shopping for a new car can sometimes be stressful and overwhelming. Not only do you want to find the best car for your needs, you also need to consider how to finance your purchase. A new car will probably have significant impact on your finances.
It all starts with research.
The following list of the best new cars under $25,000 is compiled by consumersreports.org. Reports you can trust.
Prices include destination charges and features like anti-lock brakes, air conditioning, power windows, locks, and mirrors, automatic transmission, CD player, and cruise control.
Prices do not include special rebates or incentives, which can further reduce the cost.
Please note that prices may change over time.
Best new cars under $25,000
|Make & model||MSRP|
|Hyundai Accent GLS||16,320|
|Honda Fit (base)||16,915|
|Chevrolet Sonic LT (1.8)||17,455|
|Kia Rio EX (sedan)||17,545|
|Kia Soul Plus||18,475|
|Toyota Corolla LE||18,975|
|Hyundai Elantra GLS||19,220|
|Kia Forte EX (sedan)||19,525|
|Hyundai Veloster (base, manual)||20,475|
|Mini Cooper (base, man.)||20,650|
|Toyota Matrix S (base, 1.8)||20,910|
|Volkswagen Golf (2.5)||20,930|
|Chevrolet Cruze 1LT (1.4T)||21,030|
|Subaru Impreza Premium (sedan)||21,380|
|Nissan Juke SV (AWD)||22,280|
|Hyundai Sonata GLS (2.4)||22,495|
|Mazda6 i Sport (4-cyl.)||22,520|
|Mazda3 i Touring (Skyactiv)||22,745|
|Kia Optima LX (2.4)||22,775|
|Toyota Matrix S (2.4L)||23,210|
|Nissan Altima 2.5 S||23,280|
|Honda Civic Si (man.)||23,429|
|Toyota Camry LE (4-cyl.)||24,060|
|Subaru Legacy 2.5i Premium||24,189|
|Mitsubishi Outlander Sport SE (AWD)||24,520|
|Mazda5 Grand Touring||24,820|
|Hyundai Tucson GLS||24,920|