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The 10 Smallest Cars on the Market

U.S. News & World Report - Cars Logo By Karen L. Allanach of U.S. News & World Report - Cars | Slide 1 of 12: <p>People have long had a fascination with small things. We like our mini marshmallows, teacup dogs, and iPad Minis. In the automotive world, petite cars like the <a href="https://cars.usnews.com/cars-trucks/fiat/500/2017">Fiat 500</a> swivel heads because of their cute styling and retro appeal.</p><p>On the practical side, the smallest cars, categorized as <a href="https://cars.usnews.com/cars-trucks/rankings/subcompact-suvs">subcompact</a>, are great for city driving. They can weave and bob through traffic congestion and fit in the narrowest spaces with ease. We’ve lined up 10 of the smallest cars on the market and ranked them by length. These cars are the perfect choice for urban dwellers with limited parking options. Check out the small rides on the following slides. </p>

These Compact Cars Are Easy to Parallel Park in the City

People have long had a fascination with small things. We like our mini marshmallows, teacup dogs, and iPad Minis. In the automotive world, petite cars like the Fiat 500 swivel heads because of their cute styling and retro appeal.

On the practical side, the smallest cars, categorized as subcompact, are great for city driving. They can weave and bob through traffic congestion and fit in the narrowest spaces with ease. We’ve lined up 10 of the smallest cars on the market and ranked them by length. These cars are the perfect choice for urban dwellers with limited parking options. Check out the small rides on the following slides.

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