BusinessWeek.com has profiles a list of world's cheapest cars:
* GM Daewoo Matiz Mini/Chevrolet Spark: A five-seat, five-door hatchback that underpins the Chevy Trax concept.
* Chevrolet Aveo/Kalos: Slightly over 10 grand, but 400,000 owners can't all be wrong.
* Hyundai Atos: 1.3 million sold, mostly in India as the Santro. $6,350 for the base model or $9,920, fully loaded.
* Hyundai Getz: At 4.9 ft. tall, lower than the Atos, but the Getz is longer at 12.5 ft. overall. $9,400 to start.
* Suzuki Maruti M-800: Four-door, 10.9-ft. long, 1,444-lb. 800cc Suzuki starting at $4,400.
* Suzuki Maruti Alto: Probably going to replace the M-800, it offers 47-bhp for a starting price of $6,000.
* Suzuki Maruti Swift: This Versa-like model is Maruti's first global car, with a base price of $8,800.
* Tata Indica: This all-Indian model offers lots of room for its low price and its success has spawned a $2,200 sibling.
* Chery QQ3: For $3,900 to $5,200 it competes directly with the Chevrolet Spark.
* Chery Flagcloud: Well-equipped mid-size sedan with sticker prices ranging from $7,300 to $12,500.
* Geely HQ S-RV: Mini SUV based on the Daihatsu Charade platform. $4,400 to $6,200.
* Geely Merrie Star: Four-door sedan and hatch for $4,200 to $6,500.
* Fiat Palio: One of the older cars in the group, it's based on the old Fiat Uno and sells for around $5,000.
* Fiat Uno: A new replacement for the hugely popular Uno of the '80s and '90s.
* Dacia Logan Sedan: Spacious, no-frills 75-hp sedan starting at $6,600.
* Dacia Logan MPV: Low-cost, seven-seat minivan for $10,900 to $15,500.