Mazdas are reliable and convenient, which makes them a popular choice for families. The sedan has some nice lines too which make it less of an eyesore and more of a score when it comes to picking up a great car! The Mazda 6 is one of the most common cars on the road, and good news for savvy consumers: if you’re in the market for a good second hand, you can steal a deal on a 2010 model for around $8,000. Sure, it’s nearly over a decade old car but hey – good things come to those who wait right?
Also, for those savings for a car with relatively low kms, that’s not bad at all! As well as being reliable, Mazdas are a top pick for fuel economy as well as for low servicing costs! So with reliable performance and a reasonable upkeep fee, its well worth looking into – you could get your hands on one of these family-friendly sedans for a great price!
We’re not sure what Hyundai was going for when they came out with the Genesis Coupe, and apparently, the public didn’t either – hence why it makes our list for cheap cars! It was a hybrid model, trying to capture a wide market as opposed to just going for a niche – it was sporty but also “for the family” however missed the mark. The car just didn’t really hit the sales targets – well, get anywhere near the margins they were hoping for.
At the time too, the Genesis had two tough competitors: the Ford Mustang and the Dodge Charger. Because it didn’t wow the public nor critics for that matter, its prices took a dive – great news for those looking for a “sporty sedan” – you can pick one up for $8,000 to $9,000, a far cry from the original price tag which almost hit $30,000!
The Impala. Pretty iconic actually. But all good things must come to an end – did you know that Chevrolet’s longest-running Sedan is set to become an out-of-production car? Pretty surprising. That’s like VW calling off the Golf. Yeah. The large-size vehicles have already become redundant, with production ceasing for good. That being said, Chevy is now in a position where they want to clear fast – so they’re basically having a fire sale!
You can certainly see that in the massive price drops – and with the choice of either an economical 4-cylinder or a more gutsy 6-cylinder engine, there’s an Impala for all tastes! Whether you go for the LS or thee LT model, Chevrolet’s offering is wonderful at a price that’s even better.
One of the most popular SUVs bought in America, you’ll have definitely seen more than your fair share of Yukons on the highways. The abundance of GMC’s SUVs is owing to the fact that they have a presence on the road and are a pretty smooth ride with great suspension. With that said, that they can be a little cramped in the third row and for any cargo, though they do pack between 350 and 420 Horsepower! Built to last, these SUVs are tough and durable – a great choice for long-distance journeys or if you want to rock up to the school drop off in an armored-tank-looking vehicle.
Imagine that blacked out picking up the kids eh? Fierce. While they can ask for as much as $75,000, you can pick up a good second hand (say a 2010-2013 model) for around $15,000. If you’re any good at haggling, you could certainly get it down a little lower – doesn’t hurt asking right?
The charismatic V8 has an undeniable presence which is also incomparable. Seeing one of these on the road is bound to give you some serious whiplash! With its closest competitor being the Mustang, it’s definitely a tight race, but it certainly is one good looking car. Despite its good looks and power, the Camaro has one of the highest depreciation rates on this list.
After it experienced exponential sales following the Transformers films (yeah, remember Bumblebee?), the Camaro needed to maintain momentum. In doing so it produced greater quantities with more revisions – just this year the car manufacturer released the Camaro 2SS. You cannot get more polished.