The last release of the model was in 2017 but it will be out again in March of 2019.
Mini Cooper 2016
One of the most iconic cars in the world, the Mini Cooper (2016) makes this list. Some of you are probably thinking it doesn’t fall into the “affordable” category but there are ways to get smart about buying it. First of all, choosing its manual transmission over the automatic could save you around $2000. You need to hold back on the personalization options for the armrest and others because the Mini is still great without those. But if you don’t mind spending big, remember that the starting price for it is $27,000 – $29,000.
Some complain that its 1.5-litre three-cylinder turbo with an output of 100 kW and 220 Nm craves fuel. But one quality that sets it apart is its unmatched suspension. Despite being named “Mini” the space inside isn’t cramped, and it has ample storage. The dual frontal, side chest, and head airbags are standard. Same goes for the Electronic Brake Distribution and Autonomous Emergency Braking.