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4 Tips for Buying a Good Looking Economical Car

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Auto manufacturers are starting to capitalize on consumers’ needs for cars that are economic to buy and own. Just because you are getting a vehicle that is economical does not mean that you have to give up style. There are plenty of models that can go easy on your wallet while still getting you from point A to point B in complete luxury.

Kia Rio

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At dealers such as JBA Kia, the Rio is rapidly becoming a popular model for people who are on a budget but still want style. The Kia Rio can fall into a price range between $14,000 and $17,000 with the options that a consumer is looking for. It has sleek likes which make it look great and also help to make it aerodynamically fuel efficient. It gets around 29 miles to the gallon in the city and 37 miles to the gallon on the open roads. It handles like a luxury vehicle, but it is also easy on the wallet.

Chevrolet Sonic Turbo

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The Chevrolet Sonic Turbo borrows a lot of its design features from the luxury Volkswagen vehicles that have become very popular over the past few years. Chevy has a history of manufacturing vehicles that are affordable, but this one has a little more going for it. The Sonic Turbo has a 138 horsepower 1.3 liter engine that offers a lot of get up and go. The car gets 27 miles per gallon in the city and 40 miles per gallon on the highway. It has a look and fuel efficiency to it that are making it very popular.

Audi TT

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The Audi line of vehicles has been able to mingle luxury with economy for a while. Audi has managed to create its own design style that has caught on and made it a desirable vehicle. The TT model gets 23 miles per gallon in the city and 31 miles per gallon on the highways. What makes this Audi such a great deal is that it will retain is retail value for a long time and help you to make the most of your investment.

Honda CR-Z

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The Honda CR-Z has a sleek look with a low center of gravity that allows it to look and handle like a luxury car. But the CR-Z line has managed to keep its invoice price under $20,000, which makes it affordable for a lot of people. It uses a combination of gas and electric power to give a lot of power behind the wheel and good gas mileage. It gets 31 miles to the gallon for city driving and 37 miles to the gallon out on the open roads. It looks nothing like a hybrid, but it offers many of the same features.

When you are trying to find a sporty and cool car that can be easy on your monthly budget, then you will want to take a look at as many new vehicles as possible. A car that is affordable and good on gas can be a great investment. But it also helps if it looks great on the road as well.

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About Jenna Goodwin

Jenna Goodwin, Central Iowa Mom Blogger, is the mom of four, including identical twin boys. Jenna writes about life as a mom of multiples, living with fibromyalgia, and the latest must-have products for your entire family. Named Ames' Number One Twitterer by Iowa State Daily, Jenna stays active within the online social community and enjoys sharing her experiences as a parent as well as great finds to help the entire family.

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