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Best and worst small cars for less than £10,000

What Car? Logo By whatcar.com of What Car? | Slide 1 of 11: If you're after a new small hatchback, there are lots of fine cars to choose from. And what's even better is that you don't have to spend more than £10,000 to find a good one. In fact, if you look in our new car deals section, you'll find lots of great cars for less than that.Most of these options are classed as city cars; that means they're ideally suited to cruising around towns or cities – although many are also perfectly at home in the countryside or on the motorway. These small cars are easy to park, too, and while they may not offer the sort of space you'd find in a larger family car, they do offer clever ways to maximise space for both people and luggage.Here's our pick of the new cars on sale today if you're on a budget.

The best cheap small new cars

If you're after a new small hatchback, there are lots of fine cars to choose from. And what's even better is that you don't have to spend more than £10,000 to find a good one. In fact, if you look in our new car deals section, you'll find lots of great cars for less than that.

Most of these options are classed as city cars; that means they're ideally suited to cruising around towns or cities – although many are also perfectly at home in the countryside or on the motorway.

These small cars are easy to park, too, and while they may not offer the sort of space you'd find in a larger family car, they do offer clever ways to maximise space for both people and luggage.

Here's our pick of the new cars on sale today if you're on a budget.

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