When you're short on cash and need a ride, you could do worse than the cheapest car in America. For just $11,750 the Nissan Versa is a room, comfortable four-door with good fuel economy and a big trunk. Sure, the materials are cheap and the fit and finish could be better, but its hard to beat in the more for less department.
High style doesn't have to come at a high price. The 40 mpg Kia Rio has plenty of it and costs just $14,350. It doesn't come with a driver, but the optional Uvo voice control system for the stereo and Bluetooth phone connection will listen and obey your every command.
So, it looks like that Italian exotic you've been dreaming of is going to have to wait a little (OK, a lot) longer. No worries, you can get a small taste of la dolce vita with a $16,000 Fiat 500 and use the money you'll save on parking lots to play the lotteria again and again and again...
Just because you didn't win half a billion, doesn't mean you have to take the bus.