• Image Credit: Honda

Honda Civic 4-door with optional ESC, except Si

MSRP: $15,455 - $25,340
NHTSA Frontal Rating: 4 Stars

The Honda Civic is one of the most reliable and popular economy compact cars in its class. For years it has set the quality and performance standard for the affordable, compact car market.
  • Image Credit: Kia

Kia Soul

MSRP: $13,300 - $17,195
NHTSA Frontal Rating: N/A

The Kia Soul is a trendy five-door "urban crossover vehicle" based on the Kia Rio. The styling, standard equipment, value price, and overall usefulness, all contribute to make the Soul very appealing, especially to the youth market.
  • Image Credit: Nissan

Nissan Cube

MSRP: $13,990 - $19,370
NHTSA Frontal Rating: N/A

The Nissan cube looks like nothing else on the road today, it boasts fun and whimsical styling, excellent fuel efficiency and space for five people in its comfortable, yet quirky interior. The front-wheel drive cube is powered by a 122-hp 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine, bolted to either a six-speed manual or Xtronic CVT.
  • Image Credit: Subaru

Subaru Impreza (except WRX)

MSRP: $17,495 - $27,995
NHTSA Frontal Rating: N/A

The Subaru Impreza offers all-weather capability at a reasonable price. The Impreza is available either as a sedan or hatchback with seating for 5. All Impreza's feature Subaru's Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive.
  • Image Credit: VW

Volkswagen Golf 4-door

MSRP: $17,490 - $22,590
NHTSA Frontal Rating: N/A

The Volkswagen Golf is back! The fun to drive compact German hatchback has returned with a new look and a new/old name to replace the Rabbit (a name that was revived in North America back in 2006 for the then new MkV hatchback version of the Jetta).
Share This Photo X