Cheapest Car In The World | Just in $3200

Cheapest Car In The World | Just in $3200

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  1. froggyboy604

    froggyboy604 Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    Bajaj Qute is the cheapest car in the world right now. It is aimed at taking Rickshaw's place. With an ex-showroom price of $3200, it is the cheapest car in the world right now.



    This looks like a decent car for someone in India who have very little money for a car, but don't want a used car.

    Wow, $3200 is cheaper than some car parts like an engine or tires for a more expensive car which is made by other brands like BMW, Chevy, Ford, and Mercedes.
     
  2. Demon_Skeith

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    I kind of wish that was the cost for most cars.
     
  3. froggyboy604

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    Same for me, I wish there were more affordable cars sold. Having cheaper cars can cut down on the number of people being hurt or killed using a bicycle, skateboard, motorcycle, and horse crashes on busy streets if they have an affordable choice to drive a safer vehicle where they won't get seriously hurt as easily going at the same speed as a bicycle or the speed limit. I saw a few news stories of people on skateboards and bicycles getting hurt or killed because they crashed their head against the road and trees or got run over by a large vehicle like a car.

    Some affordable car drivers can save money driving a affordable car than using a taxi, and renting cars which can get pretty expensive if you use taxi and car rentals a lot. Drivers can use the affordable cars to make money by using it as a taxi, or delivering fast food like Pizza to people's home.
     
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    I never heard f bajaj qute until now...
    Around me, I only see cars like swift or i20 most of the time...or wagan r.
    My dream car is innova *-*
     
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    India has tut tuk and Rickshaw according to the many YouTube videos on Indian transportation I watch.
     
  6. Claraviolet

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    Hmm....let's see....I didn't see any rickshaw around me for almost 1 year or so now.
    Well I have moved to a different state now...but lately people are opting for a cab rather an auto....
    I wouldn't exactly google for information...it's just how it is around me
     
  7. froggyboy604

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    A cab is more comfortable since I heard India's weather is very hot, and some cabs have air conditioners. Most cars have electric interior cooling fans to blow the outside air into the car which may help with cooling the air when the car is not moving. Electric interior cooling fans are not as good as air conditioning, but it is better than no air movement when a car is not moving, and the windows are open.

    I'm guessing Indian people are buying more stuff at stores where a larger cab with a bigger trunk is necessary for carrying bigger items like a chair, TV, and many bags of groceries.
     
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    Well, the place where I live is too cold. Over here it rains for almost 8 months or something and I hate it.i really don't want to be in some AC car.
    Just no way. Over here.. There are way too many cars ._. because of all the fellow IT folks. As for the other question....I am not so sure
     
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    A cab with a heater could be important for someone for very cold places especially if it snows where your hot food would get cold faster before you reach your home.

    It does seem that many technical workers regularly use cars. All the high tech car features like a car touchscreen computer, USB phone car charger, built-in wifi internet, heated seats, and internet car stereo system may convince tech workers to drive a car or pay for a tax with free wireless wifi internet.
     
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    I actually prefer small cars like that because some streets and roads here are crowded because of cars that parked.
     
  11. froggyboy604

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    Smaller cars like the Bajaj Qute would be useful for places with a lot of cars, motorcycles, bicycles, and scooters which can make the road very crowded if there are too many vehicles which use the same road at once, and travel at different speeds because of limitations like how fast an older person or young kid peddle without getting very tired.

    Plus, these cars use less fuel like gas or electricity if they are battery power, so the owner of these cars can end up saving hundreds of dollars per year on fuel. In crowded roads, it is usually not worth it or safe to drive a car very fast, so these smaller cars with less power can be good enough on crowded roads.
     

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