The 10 best cars for less than 30,000 euros

The 10 best cars for less than 30,000 euros

What are the most recommended to buy cars? Here is a selection of those who are in our opinion the best cars for less than 30,000 euros.

interesting cars for less than 30,000 euros

interesting cars for less than 30,000 euros

interesting cars for less than 30,000 euros

interesting cars for less than 30,000 euros

Give the more convenient car It is not always an objective question of numbers as prices, benefits, consumption, maintenance costs… These are data that help avoid mistakes in selection but, by themselves, can not suffice to make a selection ‘Smart’ purchasing. It should weigh other things, more subjective, more subject to the feelings of everyone, but decisive. Have, then, aspects such as perceived quality, how it goes, altogether a chassis; he liked engine, etc.

Those are the aspects that we value for this selection, with ten cars belonging to different segments or categories that share its overall balance into several sections. Here are those who are in our view the 10 best cars to buy for less than 30,000 euros (the prices included are the P.V.P rates, ie, recommended prices to the public not including discounts or official aid to purchase Pive plan).

Seat IbizaSeat Ibiza 1.0 EcoTSI 110

With what runs, pushes and spends, this great little three cylinder engine situated in a privileged position to Seat Ibiza that in itself dynamically and excels so it provides its chassis, splurging agility and finesse. And that, without missing space, perceived quality, equipment …

– Price: from 16,230 €
– Power: 110 hp
– Average consumption: 4.3 l / 100 km

Peugeot 208Peugeot 208 1.2 110 PureTech

The Peugeot 208 is an all matagigantes. One of his major arguments is the quality of own rolling older cars; this three cylinder direct injection 1.2 PureTech, variable valve timing and turbo, and a counter rotating shaft that minimizes vibrations; not only power that profile, but also it makes the Diesel idle.

– Price: from 16.590 €
– Power: 110 hp
– Average consumption: 4.5 l / 100 km

Citroën C4C4 BlueHDI 120 S&S

The Citroën C4 He upgraded early 2015. Among the most important changes is the arrival of some engines, including BlueHDI 100 and 120, both with a 1.6 Diesel as a starting point, the second with Stop&Start. In any field, and even leading him no attention to consumer spends little.

– Price: from 23.390 €
– Power: 120 hp
– Average consumption: 3.6 l / 100 km

Ford FocusFord Focus 1.5 TDCi 120

The Ford Focus is one of the references between compact cars C-segment by the accuracy and agility chassis (As well as offering competitive prices). Among its engines, this new Diesel 1.5 TDCi It gives rise to such benefits, more expensive than the 1.0 EcoBoost 125 hp versions. However, the difference is amortized based on consumption.

– Price: from 21.825 €
– Power: 120 hp
– Average consumption: 3.8 l / 100 km

Peugeot 2008Peugeot 2008 1.2 PureTech 82

SUV of new wave, the most economical price is the Peugeot 2008 with the atmospheric version of the three cylinders and 1.2 liters of gasoline. An engine without envelope, providing enough energy to move around the city and its immediate periphery: probably the natural terrain of this Peugeot.

– Price: from 15,649 €
– Power: 82 hp
– Average consumption: 4.9 l / 100 km

Renault CapturRenault Captur dCi 90

Tempts choose one of the TCe, gasoline engines, the Renault Captur, which shares a platform with the Renault Clio, but provides resources practical minivan. However, we prefer diesel dCi; and both 1.5, the 90 hp: of such consumption compared to 110 hp and slower, but 3,550 euros more accessible.

– Price: from 17,450 €
– Power: 90 hp
– Average consumption: 3.7 l / 100 km

Renault MeganeRenault Mégane dCi 130 S&S

although the Diesel more abundant in the Renault Mégane range is the 1.5 dCi / 110, the most suitable for him, if we seek to give a very versatile use is the 1.6 dCi. This is a very balanced engine, low maintenance cost and it fits perfectly into a seamless pattern of importance.

– Price: from 25.300 €
– Power: 130 hp
– Average consumption: 4.0 l / 100 km

Volvo V40 D3Volvo V40 D3

Between the premium compact The Volvo V40 has the advantage of having lower prices rivals. This, by itself, is enough incentive to look at him, but also has its contribution to security features. versions D3, a 2.0 Drive-E Silent Volvo and turn round.

– Price: from 27,450 €
– Power: 150 hp
– Average consumption: 3.8 l / 100 km

Nissan QashqaiQashqai 4×2 1.2 DIG-T

Are the dCi the most popular engines SUV Nissan Qashqai, however, DIG-T gasoline have the advantage that they are more affordable: 1.2 less power, more than 3,000 euros less than the dCi 130 hp with similar performance and reasonable consumption.

– Price: from 21.350 €
– Power: 115 hp
– Average consumption: 5.6 l / 100 km

CX-3CX-5 2.2 D 150 2WD

When many of its rivals bet on the "downsizing", Reducing the size of their engines to improve performance, the Mazda CX-5 is chosen just the opposite, plus a very low compression ratio for Diesel. The result puts these 2.2 among the best engines used in an SUV.

– Price: from 28,375 €
– Power: 150 hp
– Average consumption: 4.6 l / 100 km

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