Today, there is all the power and beauty in a car at hand. However, we may buy a great car, but we can`t afford it. So, the question is, is there a grand car with all the necessary features of an ultra modern car bellow $25,000? This remains an issue because though the grand improvements in the automotive world, purchasing it under $25,000 is simply not doable.
To comfort you a bit, we prepared a list of 25 cars which up to a certain point deserve to be called grand. Most important, all of them cost not more than $25 grand. The list encompasses minivans, sports cars, and all in between.
2013 Buick Encore ($24,200)
This super-compact premium crossover SUV costs $25,000. It is all-new, attractive, good on gas, and offers great handling.
2013 Chevrolet Camaro ($23,345)
This Camaro V6 Coupe can sprint above 300 horsepower. If you opt for the automatic transmission, this V6 can have 30 miles per gallon on the highway.
2013 Chevrolet Sonic Hatchback ($14,795)
At a $15,000 price tag, the Sonic offers fantastic high-speed stability. It doesn`t cost much, and yet, it drives like a real expensive vehicle. It is possible of obtaining 40 mpg on long trips very easy.
2013 Dodge Dart ($15,995)
Just as the Sonic, this Dart sedan is a petite car that weighs above its weight. Regardless, the Dart’s backseat is highly comfortable for two adults. The Dart’s suspension has Alfa Romeo hailing, which gives this car an Italian touch. There is an alternative 1.4-liter turbocharged engine.
2013 FIAT 500 ($16,000)
If the MINI Cooper below is too is too long for you, or if you opt for the Italian motoring approach, FIAT 500 would be the right choice for you. It costs only $16,000. there is a standard 1.4-liter MultiAir engine, which makes this car sprint outstanding 31 mpg city/40 mpg hwy with the manual shifter. If you desire more power, there is the awesome turbocharged Abarth available for under $25,000, as well as a mid-level 500 Turbo.
2013 Ford Escape ($22,470)
The Escape is a redesign of the previously failed concept car. it has new looks, but practically the same performance. The backseat is more spacious as well as the cargo space. The Ford has an option in which you can put your foot under the rear bumper and open the power lift gate automatically. This requires additional $25k.
2013 Ford Focus ($16,200)
The new Ford Focus is definitely way better than the old version. Its design is based on a Ford from Europe. It is a truly refined car. Fuel economy is bettered as well. A turbocharged Focus ST for $23,700 is offered as an alternative.
2013 Ford Fusion ($21,700)
If you are not satisfied with the backseat space the Focus provides, then the Fusion is the right model for you. It follows Aston Martin’s super cars style, and it certainly catches your eyes. Some more powerful features are its athletic driving dynamics and the 1.6-liter turbo engine`s 37 mpg hwy score.
2013 Ford Mustang ($22,200)
Yes, we know that you are surprised by the possibility of purchasing a Mustang for less than $25,000. The 2013 Ford Mustang with a stick shift produces amazing 305 horsepower.
2013 Honda Accord ($21,680)
The redesigned Accord sedan is totally different from its predecessor. It is so upscale-looking and steer providing so much energy. Its new CVT automatic produces 27 mpg city/36 mpg hwy.
2013 Honda Fit ($15,425)
What would you get with just $16,000? A five-seater able of performing all kinds of space-efficient maneuvers with its flexible rear seat, and a cargo capacity as that of compact crossovers. This Honda really blows your mind. It is highly popular and suits a diversity of American lifestyles.
2013 Honda CR-Z ($19,975)
Just mentioning the “hybrid” term, people immediately get the notion of it not being affordable. Well, this amazing Honda CR-Z hybrid costs just $19,975. It provides plenty of fuel economy. it`s excellent for both urban and rural driving. If you don`t have a strong need of a backseat, the CR-Z is the right choice for you.
2013 Mazda CX-5 ($20,995)
The Mazda CX-5 crossover amazes with its interior design. We can freely describe it as the finest in its class. It comes equipped with a manual shifter, which provides lots of highway fuel economy. The CX-5 is a real fun behind the wheel.
2013 Mazda5 ($19,940)
Mazda 5 does not get the deserved credit, but it is among the best in its class. It is 3-row family hauler featuring sliding doors for not above $20,000. This Mazda’s in-between size is simply adorable. It is a mini van with nice interior and high driving dynamics.
2013 Mazda Miata MX5 ($23,720)
The Miata resembles a Mustang very much. You can purchase an awesome ride for no more than 25 large. It features great manual shifters, a high-revving engine, and a classic roadster experience.
2013 MINI Cooper Hardtop ($19,700)
The Cooper Hardtop is a real fashion accessory! The entry-level MINI is fun to drive. It is a city car that hits 40 mpg, and it has no need of premium fuel.
2013 Nissan Juke ($20,280)
The Nissan Juke is definitely not that stylish, but it`s a good bargain. It sprints turbocharged power and it is all-wheel drive. This Nissan is ideal for those city dwellers who prefer the unconventional.
2013 Scion tC ($18,725)
Don`t forget that the Scion tC is produced by Toyota. This highly classy vehicle has a 2.5-liter engine. The mere fact that it was built by an up-scale company, boost our appreciation for this clincher.
2013 Subaru XV Crosstrek ($21,995)
This Subaru has an Impreza hatchback, only lifted up for five inches. Thus, a better visibility is accomplished for the driver for snow drifts and alike performances.
2013 Toyota Camry ($22,235)
The best-selling Camry is the reason why Toyota became highly appreciated in America. The handling of the Camry is tighter. It reflects creative styling and it is updated with the latest technology. The Camry can get 35 mpg on the highway.
2013 Toyota RAV4 ($23,300)
The new RAV4 is great advancement in Toyota industry. It features a dashboard with plenty of modern technology, such as Bluetooth and iPod connectivity. It strongly resembles HOnda CR-V, but more updated.
2013 Volkswagen Golf ($18,095)
This Golf has a beastly engineering. Its interior is high-quality blending both sporty and sophisticated looks. All in all, the American Golf greatly shares its major elements with the European model.
2013 Volkswagen Jetta SportWagen ($20,595)
The Jetta SportWagen has a complex suspension and its interior is all high-quality. It is described as the only true station wagons available on the market. It provides plenty of fuel economy and features an excellent acceleration. There is a diesel SportWagen TDI variant available.
2013 Volkswagen Passat ($20,845)
Volkswagen build this car to satisfy its American customers. Thus, he build a grand family sedan. It is good-looking, comfortable and incredibly spacious. We even favor the diesel TDI version more. Amazing car for around twenty grand.