A brace of new vehicles over the last couple of years has made the subcompact field especially competitive.
While the price gap between a subcompact and a compact can be narrow, many buyers aim for a smaller, more maneuverable car.
The Toyota Yaris lingers with an older but well-done look, and now comes standard with a basic automatic emergency braking system that suddenly vaults an also-ran into serious consideration.
Chevrolet redesigned its already impressive Sonic for 2017 and added a host of safety and convenience features that make it highly competitive.
On the value end of things, look to the Kia Rio and Nissan Versa Note.
The Note isn’t as roomy or dynamically capable as the Fit but may make the most financial sense.
The Rio is new for the 2018 model year; so is its corporate cousin, the Hyundai Accent.
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|LX Manual||4-Door Sedan Manual LS||S Sedan||LX Manual||S Manual||3-Door L Manual (GS)|
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