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In Which Countries Are The Cheapest And Most Expensive Cars?

We know well that prices not only for used cars, but also for the new ones vary on different markets.

The British price comparison website Compare The Market researched the countries with the lowest and the highest cost of vehicles. Six models were taken to compare, which belong to different classes.

The results are interesting. Sometimes car price rates considerably differ – two or three times. For example, the tiny Fiat 500 is the cheapest in India (from $9,000), but the most expensive in China ($27,500).

The Volkswagen Golf (pictured) in India costs from $9,200. It is the lowest price for the model, which is three times more expensive in Portugal (from $31,000).

In general, vehicles are not cheap everywhere in Europe.

The best price for the Volkswagen Passat is in Greece ($21,500), but in Brazil its purchase is unprofitable, as it is priced at $46,500.

The Volkswagen Tiguan crossover is the cheapest in Russia ($ 22,000), and the most expensive in Portugal ($41,600).

Premium cars like the BMW 5-Series are well priced in Mexico ($42,500), but in Brazil it costs twice higher – from $87,600.

Finally, the Porsche 911 sports car in Canada costs from $80,500. In India it is almost three times more expensive – $210,400.

2 comments on “In Which Countries Are The Cheapest And Most Expensive Cars?

  1. Anton says:

    In Greece the base price according to VW official site is 31,800 euros. Equal around 35,000 USD and not 21,500 USD according to the text. Generally in Greece cars have a lot of taxes.

  2. Kumar Singh Muhammad lee says:

    Hahahahahaha, the fiat 500 and the VW golf are not even sold in India, this news is just bullshit.

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