In competition car market Mexican, there are a wide range of options for those looking to buy a new car.
However, according to data from the Administrative Registry of the automotive industry of light vehicles National Institute of Geography and Statistics (INEGI) to buy a new car in Mexico in 2023, a minimum outlay of 230 thousand pesos is required.
This price marks an increase of 13.86% compared to last year, when the cheapest vehicle cost 202 thousand pesos. This increase is mainly due to the shortage of semiconductors and the inflation affecting the sector.
The most economical cars of 2023
Despite the price hike, there are still affordable options available in the Mexican car market.
These are some of the cheapest cars on the market:
Renault KWID – From 230,100 pesos.
Hyundai Grand i10 SD – From 248,500 pesos.
FIAT Mobi – From 249,900 pesos.
Chevrolet AVEO – From 253,400 pesos.
Nissan March – From 257,900 pesos.
Dodge Attitude – From 268,400 pesos.
Mitsubishi Mirage G4 – From 273,300 pesos.
Nissan V-Drive – From 278,900 pesos.
Suzuki Ignis – From 289,900 pesos.
Renault, with its KWID model, stands out as an affordable and safe option in the Mexican market. In addition to its competitive price, this vehicle is recognized for offering the best fuel efficiency in its segment, providing up to 22.1 kilometers per liter.
In an ever-evolving market, this data provides an overview of the affordable options available to those looking to buy a new car in Mexico in 2023. Despite the economic and supply challenges facing the industry, there are still interesting alternatives for everyone.