Best Affordable Cars and SUVs for 2023

By Mitchell

january 18, 2022

Chevrolet Bolt EV is back for the 2022 model year. There are a lot of big changes inside, from the overall design to the materials used. Safety techs like lane-keeping assist and automatic high beams come as standard

Affordable Cars

The Veloster N has a 2.0-liter turbocharged I4 engine that makes 250 horsepower. Even if you fill it up to the top, you won't spend $40,000. The car also has a lot of safety and comfort tech like the new Hyundais.

The Honda Civic Type R

The base model of the 2021 Ford Bronco Sport costs less than $30,000. The small SUV won our hearts with its strong mix of capability and quality.

Ford Bronco Sport

In 2022, Outbacks will have LED headlights that move to the left or right when the steering wheel is turned. The optional turbocharged flat-four engine makes trips to the store a little more fun. 


The 2021 Kia Telluride is a great car, period. It's full of the great tech we love in everything else Hyundai and Kia make. Its 291-hp V6 is a little thirsty, but if you stick with front-wheel-drive you can avoid stopping at gas stations.

Kia Telluride

The 2022 Honda CR-V Hybrid is like getting a nice meal at a restaurant. There are many fun things to do that don't cost much money. The engine gets 40 mpg in the city and 35 mpg on the highway, and the ride is on the comfortable side.

Honda CR-V 2022

Chevrolet Bolt EV is no longer a cheap electric car from Chevrolet. The Bolt EUV, a newer version, has a higher ride height and more space inside. It also has Super Cruise, GM's advanced driver aid, which used to only be on Cadillacs.

Bolt EV

The CX-5's optional 2.5-liter turbocharged I4 engine makes a solid 250 hp and 320 lb-ft. With a solid body and well-damped suspension, you can have a surprising amount of fun in corners.

Mazda CX-5 Turbo


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