If you’re looking for the cheapest cars to run in 2022, there are many affordable options. Here are some of the cheapest cars available on the market today.

Chevrolet Spark

The Chevrolet Spark is one of the cheapest new cars, thanks to its small size and hatchback body style. Although the engine is one of the weakest in the segment, its zippy handling and fuel economy should make up for this flaw. However, the Chevy Spark may not be the best choice for everyone.

Chevrolet Trailblazer

The upcoming 2022 Chevrolet Trailblazer is equipped with a new infotainment system that allows two Bluetooth devices to be connected simultaneously. It has a 7.0-inch touchscreen, but optional versions will offer an 8.0-inch touchscreen. This new Chevy SUV will have Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration, and comes standard with Bluetooth connectivity. The LT trim offers cruise control and push-button start, as well as a six-speaker stereo. It also comes with a premium Bose audio system with seven speakers.

Nissan Versa

The Nissan Versa is among the most affordable cars on the market. The car’s interior is spacious, with a fully functional infotainment system. Drivers can operate apps on the display using the touch-screen interface, which includes voice-command capabilities. The car’s interior is also fitted with convenient controls, including buttons, knobs, and voice-command functionality. Other standard features of the car include heated seats and remote engine start.

Kia Soul

The Kia Soul has a fairly low price tag, and its interior hides its economy car heritage. Its boxy body and buzzcut roofline are easily mistaken for other Kia models, but the interior is much more refined. Its infotainment system is easy to use, with both physical controls and a touch screen. The navigation and push-button start systems are very intuitive, as are the audio controls.

Subaru Impreza

A compact, fuel-efficient car, the Subaru Impreza is one of the safest cars you can buy. The Eyesight Driver Assist Technology suite, a driver-assist technology, monitors traffic patterns and optimizes cruise control to avoid collisions. There is an automatic pre-collision braking system as well as vehicle dynamics control to keep you and other road users safe. Premium trims offer STARLINK(r) safety system with blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alerts, and automatic collision notifications.

Renault Zoe

The latest addition to the range is the techno version of the Renault Zoe, which adds an induction charger for your smartphone and autonomous emergency braking. While the basic model doesn’t offer such options, the techno version includes a reversing camera and front parking radar. It also comes with 17-inch diamond-shaped rims. The cost of this car is around £35200, which is considerably less than the basic version.