In the United States, Oregon is the least expensive state in which to purchase a car, while Alaska, New Hampshire, Montana and Hawaii follow close behind. The price of car ownership includes several factors, such as state and local taxes, the cost of state registration and dealer documentation fees.
As of 2015, the cheapest cars available in the United States include the Nissan Versa, Chevy Spark, Kia Rio LX and the Ford Fiesta, according to Autobytel. Each of these automobiles sell for less than $15,000 brand new.
Lists of the year's cheapest new cars can often be found on money or car sites such as AutoTrader.com or Forbes.com. Car review sites such as Edmunds.com or MotorTrend.com can also be used to sort cars by a particular feature, including price.
In 2014, Kentucky was the cheapest state to live in, according to CNBC's cost-of-living index. In Kentucky, the average home price is $244,299, and a gallon of milk costs $2.19, as of 2014.
As of 2015, some of the cheapest older cars are the 1970 MG MGB, the 1964 Ford Thunderbird Coupe and the 1966 Ford Mustang Coupe, according to Bankrate and Hagerty. Prices for these cars range between $5,000 and $26,000.
In general, the cheapest cars to insure are the most inexpensive and those that cost the least to repair, says Forbes. As of 2015, these vehicles include family minivans and SUV crossovers. Cars with lower horsepower and those that are unlikely to be stolen are also cheaper to insure, explains Kelle
Find the average prices for the year's cheapest cars at Autobytel.com. The least expensive cars on the 2015 market range in price from the 2015 Kia Forte at $15,890 to the 2015 Kia Forte Koup at $18,590, according to Autobytel.
Mississippi was ranked as the cheapest state to live in based 2014 cost of living indexes, according to USA Today. In addition to an overall affordable cost of living, its housing prices are some of the lowest in the country. The state also boasts low prices on other basics such as food and health c
The University of Texas, Pan American; California State University at Dominguez Hills and Los Angeles; Lehman College City University of New York; and City College of New York are some of the cheapest undergraduate universities in the United States, as of 2015. Universities with the lowest tuition r
While it is common for residential electric users to pay the same rate for electricity at all times, some electric companies offer peak and off-peak pricing options. Typically, night and weekend hours offer the lowest prices.