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Best New Cars Under $25K
If you're on the prowl for a new car but have a limited budget, check out these 10 new cars that will give you the best bang for your buck.

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Car shopping can be overwhelming process, and the purchase can have as significant impact on your finances. But no need to worry: Doing your research before walking into a dealership will allow you to drive away in a fancy new ride without leaving your wallet high and dry.  Here are the best new cars under $25,000, according to Consumer Reports.

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Ford Fusion SE (4-cyl.)

MSRP: $23,625
MPG: City:23  Hwy:33

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Honda Accord LX-P (4-cyl.)

MSRP: $23,730
MPG: City:23  Hwy:34

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Honda Civic Si (man.)

MSRP: $23,175
MPG: City:28  Hwy:39

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Honda Fit (base)

MSRP: $16,745
MPG: City: 27  Hwy: 33

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Honda Fit Sport (man.)

MSRP: $16,730
MPG: City: 27  Hwy: 33

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Hyundai Elantra GLS

MSRP: $18,445
MPG: City: 29  Hwy: 40

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Hyundai Sonata GLS (2.4)

MSRP: $21,800
MPG: City: 24  Hwy: 35

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Hyundai Tucson GLS

MSRP: $24,090
MPG: City: 23  Hwy: 31

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Kia Forte EX (sedan)

MSRP: $19,040
MPG: City:26  Hwy:36

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Kia Forte EX (hatchback)

MSRP: $19,340
MPG: City: 26  Hwy: 36

Best New Cars Under $25K

If you're on the prowl for a new car but have a limited budget, check out these 10 new cars that will give you the best bang for your buck.

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