May 17, 2023

Many people who want to buy cars are looking for the most affordable car that sells in the current economic conditions.

The Turkish newspaper Dunya published a list of the cheapest cars in Turkey for the year 2023, as follows:

Hyundai i10

Hyundai i10 is one of the best-selling cars in Turkey and is among the most affordable models, with the ideal long-distance car starting at 335,000 TL.

Fiat Asia

Fiat Egea was the best-selling car in Turkey in 2022 due to its reasonable price and fuel efficiency.

Where the car has a superior driving force, as the current selling price starts from 376,900 TL.

Renault Talent

It is also one of the most affordable cars sold, as it can be used comfortably both in the city and on intercity roads.

Large families generally prefer a car that has a place to accommodate a very large luggage size, as the selling price starts from 393,000 TL.

Kia Picanto

The car is small in size, especially for those who live alone and for small families, and it is distinguished by its simple fuel consumption, as it travels 100 kilometers with a fuel volume of 5.5 liters.

You can choose this very comfortable car with a selling price starting from 435.000 TL.

Dacia Sandero Stepway

Dacia Sandero Stepway is one of the cars with a very simple and comfortable design.

The car, which is considered an ideal model for families, burns 6.1 liters of gasoline per 100 km, and its selling price starts from 474,900 TL.

Seat Ibiza

Seat Ibiza is one of the most ambitious models of the Spanish brand Seat.

Extremely powerful in terms of technology, the car is among the most preferred thanks to its superior comfort.

The selling price of the car with semi-automatic transmission starts from 469.000 TL.

Citroën AMI

Citroën is the most affordable car for sale in Turkey, as it is the primary choice for those who want to make an environmentally friendly option because it runs entirely on electricity.

The selling price of a car that provides easy parking in the minimum size starts from 241.000 TL.

Source: Turkish media – Turkey’s economy

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