What cheap to buy and insure car would you recommend for a new driver?

What car would you recommend for a new driver. I am trying to keep the insurance to a minimum and only have £1000 to £1600 to spend

Asked on 16 November 2018 by nora dineen

Answered by Andrew Brady
A Toyota Aygo will be reliable and cheap to insure. There are loads about, too. Also consider a Hyundai i10 or Kia Picanto.
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