Have you ever had troubles parking your large car in the street, or noticed that your gasoline money is vanishing too quickly. If that is the case, we wanted to let you know that there is a breed of automobiles that can solve all of your problems.
In this episode you won’t see useless mini vehicles that were built only for the sake of being small. Our lineup tells a story about 10 best smallest city cars that are super economical, can squeeze through any narrow street but at the same time remain practical commuters for your family.
Other #AutomotiveTerritory episodes that you should consider watching:
Amazing new hatchback cars coming to your local dealerships: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5yLwOFjKjEM
Best 4-door cars to buy, while sedans are still being produced: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DZYDz1Tr2jc
Cars featured in this video from the #ATBuyingGuide series:
Volkswagen Up! GTI: volkswagen.co.uk/new/up-pa
VW UP! was once considered the benchmark of city cars. Though, the times have changed, competition is now fierce in this class and to stand out from the crowd the GTI version of the UP! was introduced in 2018.
Smart EQ Fortwo: smartusa.com/models/eq-pure-coupe
Recently the iconic two-seater has lost its gasoline option and is offered in the all-electric modification only. It has enough range to cover short trips and produces no emissions on the go.
Fiat 500: fiatusa.com/500.html
The styling of 500 comes all the way from 1957 Fiat nicknamed Bambino, that sold over 4 milions copies throughout the 20 years of production. After it reintroduction in 2007 it has enjoyed ups and down in the sales numbers.
Toyota Yaris GRMN: toyota-europe.com/new-cars/yaris-grmn
Yaris GRMN is the very first production model of the badge and it makes a statement that any car that goes through Gazoo Racing modification will be turned into a beast.
Renault Zoe renault.co.uk/vehicles/new-vehicles/zoe.html
For the 2018 model year the best-selling electric car in Europe, Renault ZOE, gets multiple updates. The new generation electric motor R110, has increased output of 107 hp.
Toyota Aygo: toyota-europe.com/new-cars/aygo/
Toyota Aygo a compact city hatchback available in 3 and 5-door modifications and sold exclusively in Europe. Aygo accommodates 2 or 4 people and is 11.37 feet long in the 5-door version.
Peugeot 108: peugeot.co.uk/showroom/108/hatchback
Peugeot 108 is a small city hatch that shares its platform with Citroen C1 and Toyota Aygo and is available in 2 body styles and 4 trim level.
Fiat Panda 4×4: fiat.com/panda
Fiat Panda 4×4 is the first AWD city hatch released by Fiat. With a starting price of $18,000, the automobile is not the cheapest one in its class, but it is the one with unparalleled off-road capabilities.
Hyundai i10: hyundai.com/worldwide/en/cars/i10/highlights
Classic city 5-seater that offers plenty of cabin and luggage space, modern safety features and decent powertrain for the price of $12,650 for the limited base trim and $17,400 for the Premium SE trim.
Kia Picanto: kia.com/worldwide/vehicles/all-new-picanto.do
Fuel-efficient city car that offers good build quality with 7-year warranty from manufacturer, decent engine and infotainment for as low as $12,560 for the base trim.