It's almost twice as expensive as the cheapest car on the this list, but that doesn't stop it from coming in at #2. This car sparked some trademark issues because of similiarites to the Daewoo/Chevrolet Matiz (also known as the Spark in some markets). The Chery QQ is made in China as well as Iran and Sri Lanka. Until the Tata Nano actually arrives, it will remain the cheapest car you can buy.
The QQ is powered by a 0.8-liter, 3-cyl engine which is good for 51 HP. There's a 1.1-liter I4 that produces 67 HP. Mileage figures aren't totally clear on the Chery website, but they fluctuate between 5 and 6 liters per 100 km (47 to 40 mpg), which isn't bad at all.
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