10 Cheapest Cars Ever Made

Expensive cars get a lot of love, but let’s take a look at some cars that brought or attempted to give more people the ability to get behind the wheel

10. Morris Minor (UK, 1968) – $12,500

The Morris Minor was so cheap that after British Motor Corporation merged with Leyland Motor Corporation in 1968, it was discovered that the company actually lost 9 GBP ($168 in today’s dollars) on every Morris Minor sold. Multiply that by the number of sales that mass-produced economy cars usually get and the manufacturer’s financial troubles won’t come as a surprise.