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Parkers overall rating: 2 out of 5 2.0


Perodua Kelisa (02-08)

2.5 out of 5 2.5

The Perodua Kelisa gained fame as the cheapest new car on sale in the UK for some time. With a list price of less than £5,000 it offered affordable motoring along with rock bottom running costs. There's a reason it was so cheap though. The basic and sparse interior isn't the nicest place to spend time, it's noisy and unrefined, plus safety kit is... read more


Very cheap to buy and run, frugal engine, easy and fun to drive


Noisy and unrefined, small number of dealers, basic interior, no ABS

Daewoo Matiz (98-05)

3 out of 5 3.0

Well packaged five-seater mini MPV which offers useful load capacity combined with better looks than rivals such as Toyota Yaris Verso and Suzuki Wagon R+. Generous spec, standard power steering, excellent warranty, free servicing for three years. All at very keen prices. The latest 1.0 litre engine is more useful than the 800cc version which... read more


Style, space, equipment, cheap.


Needs more power on motorways.