Lately all the news headlines are predicting doom and gloom in the new and used car market due to lack of new car sales a few years ago and the shortage of new car parts due to the natural disaster in Japan. There's one automobile manufacturer, however, that is not feeling the same pains as other vehicle manufactures; Tata Motors, manufacturers of Hyundai cars and Kia cars.
New Kia and Hyundai cars are manufactured with few Japanese parts. In fact, the Hyundai Sonata and Kia Optima have more parts from USA part manufactures and less Japanese parts than most domestic brand new cars; hence their production of new cars has not been delayed by the disaster in Asia.
Kia and Hyundai Used Cars
The same holds true for late model Kia and Hyundai used cars. Chances are if you're considering buying a 2009 Kia Spectra, or trying to find a 2010 Hyundai Tucson for sale you'll not only be able to find one, but you won't have to pay the inflated used car prices that comparable Japanese models are experiencing right now.
Two of the hottest pre-owned Kia models right now are the used Kia Sportage for sale and a 2010 Kia Soul for sale, each have great prices relative to other used cars in their class and used car dealers have ample inventory of each of these Kia models.
Hyundai and Kia Incentives
There are only a few manufactures that you can count on each month to have cash rebates or low rate financing incentives on the majority of the new car models they sell. Each month, Hyundai incentives and Kia incentives, top our list as the most aggressive in the automobile industry.
New Kia and Hyundai Cars
The Kia Forte 5 door is one of the most affordable and stylish new cars on the road today. Likewise, the new Hyundai Santa Fe 2011, is a low priced, fuel efficient SUV with a starting price under $22,000 and 28 mpg on the highway.
One of the best cars on the planet right now for new car buyers looking for a cheap new car with a high EPA gas mileage rating is the new Hyundai Accent 2011. The 2011 Hyundai Accent made our top ten list in two categories, new cars under $10,000, and 30 mpg cars.
Our top new car pick for May 2011 is the Hyundai Elantra. The 2011 Hyundai Elantra Invoice starts under $15,000 and this is one of few 40 mpg cars on the highway. Not only is the Elantra a low priced car that gets great gas mileage, it looks great and can be financed by car buyers with decent credit rating at the low interest rate of 1.9%. The combination of style, price, mpg, and interest rate, makes the Hyundai Elantra our top pick.