They may not be the cars teenagers have pinned to their bedroom walls, but the Fiat 500, Mitsubishi Mirage, Nissan Micra and Volkswagen Up! are among the cheapest ways first-time drivers can get into a new car. Particularly when parents are often paying the bills, all four sub-light hatchbacks featured here cost $14,000 or less on the road, all are economical and all feature stability control and front and front-side airbags as standard...
$14,000 driveaway makes the Fiat 500 the cheapest European car in Australia.
The only Fiat passenger car currently available in Australia has cute styling and a characterful engine, but its pricing and running costs harm its charm.
A bargain-priced 'Ferrari' or a highly expensive Fiat? CarAdvice finds out.