by lola | 17:57

The four-seater Tata Nano, the cheapest car in the world, was launched yesterday with an asking price of just £1,390. Here’s a genuine Cuban Classic: a chopped up Ford Crestline Victoria from 1953 that wears the front grille of a 1954 and the trim of a 1955 model, and somehow anticipates a Ford Ranchero You couldn’t buy that factory pickup sedan from Ford before 1957.Cheapest CarCheapest Car

Regardless of where you decide to buy your cheap car, you should have the vehicle thoroughly inspected, whether you do it yourself or hire someone to do it. By doing so, you’ll protect yourself from making serious mistakes that can’t be corrected later.

We will be able to advise you on the different options that may also reduce your car insurance premium – such as your level of voluntary excess, the option to protect your NCB (No Claims Bonus), and the option of paying in one installment – or over monthly installments.Cheapest Car

Of course, the Nissan LEAF is also available in the UK , is a top-selling electric car there, and comes in at just a slightly higher £16,490 + a minimum £70/month battery lease If you’re on the market for an affordable electric car in the UK, good luck deciding between these two!

Unless you enjoy overpaying for a GPS device that you won’t get to keep, be thrifty and use a maps app in your phone such as Google Maps, buy a GPS device ahead of time (which is much cheaper to do these days), or install an equivalent navigation app on your smartphone.