Getting a personal car that's cheap to run is one of the great visions that an individual might have. It is indeed, a great idea if you're short of income, however, finding the money to pay for it in the first place can still be a problem. Thankfully, you don't have to invest your life savings into your next set of wheels. Forget about paying £30,000 for a brand new electric car or a £500 banger that would cost that much every month in repair bills. Despite the likely challenges, I have rounded up the best cars available for under £10,000 with rock-bottom running costs.
The criteria for selecting the cars is very simple. That is, the cars should be available for less than €200 a month on a four-year PCP finance. They must be capable of more than 60mpg and they should meet the latest, and toughest, Euro 6 emission standard - meaning they're exempt from London's ULEZ emissions charge (a type of charge that's likely to become more common in cities across the country).
To make the grade, these cars must also be rated in insurance group 15 or below to ensure they won't break the bank when it comes to paying for cover and there must be low-mileage models available with less than 30,000 miles on the clock within budget, to ensure they should last for decades to come.
So not only are you getting a car with low finance costs, it should also prove cheap to run with low insurance, affordable tax premiums, and great fuel economy.
The cheapest used cars to finance and run are:
1. Citroen C4 Cactus
2. Ford Fiesta
3. Ford Ecosport
4. Hyundai i20
5. Kia ProCeed
6. Fiat 500
7. Skoda Citigo
8. Volkswagen Polo
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