In 2019, new cars are super expensive. Even used cars are starting to swell in price. But today, we are compiling the cheapest cars that function OK and aren’t in a salvage yard. We will be taking these car lists from websites like Cargurus.com, Autotrader.com, cars.com, eBay.com, and many many more. Note that some of the listings in this list will be sold over time, and this list is global.
This 2002 Chrysler Sebring in Downers Grove, Illinois for $400. (Needs Transmission).
This 2002 Pontiac Bonneville in South Holland, Illinois for $494.
This 2002 Honda Accord V6 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin for $499.
This 2000 Nissan Maxima in Chicago, Illinois for $300.
This 1997 Ford Ranger in Huntington Beach, California for $600 (by owner).
This 1985 Buick LeSabre in Long Beach, California for $990.
This 2005 Toyota Matrix in Los Angeles, California for $1,100 (by owner).
This 1994 Chevrolet Corsica in Clifton, New Jersey for $400.
This 2006 Chevrolet HHR in Brooklyn, New York for $499.
This 1997 Chevrolet Cavalier in Saint Petersburg, Florida for $400 (by owner)
This 2001 Volvo V70 in Largo, Florida for $850.
This 1998 Honda Accord V6 in Denver, Colorado for $750 (by owner)
This 2009 Pontiac G6 in Houston, Texas for $690.
This 1995 Saturn S-Series in Atlanta, Georgia for $488
This 2005 Volvo S80 in Hawaii for $4,795. It is currently the cheapest car listed in Hawaii.
This 1999 Mercury Sable in Virginia for $500.
This 2001 Mercedes-Benz CLK in Great Britain for £575.
This 2007 Ford Focus in Great Britain for £595.
This 2002 Smart ForTwo in Great Britain for £300.
This 1992 BMW 3 Series in Great Britain for £400.
This 1993 Mazda Eunos in Great Britain for £500.
This 2008 Fiat Grande in Great Britain for £950.
**This list will be updated over time.