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New cars coming in 2014 | less than $20,000

Honda's new third generation Jazz compact hatch will arrive with a new dual-clutch auto transmission in about June.

There are exciting new releases planned across the board; from budget hatches to practical SUVs, to exotic supercars. We’ve broken them down into segments and likely price categories to help you. We've based our price estimations on the current market, but some estimations could change in the future, and some model ranges span across price categories, so be sure to check our other stories...

New cars for 2014 | $20,000-$40,000

New cars for 2014 | $40,000-$59,000

New cars for 2014 | $59,000-$100,000

New cars for 2014 | over $100,000



galleryHonda City and Jazz: Honda’s slow-selling City compact sedan is due to be replaced by an all-new model in the second quarter of 2014, leading the also-new third-generation Jazz compact hatch which is expected in around June. The new Jazz will benefit from a new dual-clutch auto transmission, and a new hybrid variant is expected to dip well below the current petrol-electric model’s 4.5L/100km combined figure. (Approximately $16,000-23,000)

Kia Rio: Also due for a refresh in the third quarter is the Kia Rio light hatch and sedan range, with the stylish model likely to score visual tweaks and value gains to keep up with more recent competition. (Approximately $15,000-22,000)

galleryMitsubishi Attrage: Mitsubishi is expected to add the Attrage compact four door – effectively a Mirage sedan – to its local lineup in the second half of 2014, to go head to head with other compact sedans like the Holden Barina sedan, Honda City, and Nissan Almera.(Approximately $15,000)

Proton GSC: In Q3, Proton will bring its Volkswagen Up-rivalling GSC (Global Small Car) to Australia just months after its upcoming global debut. Previewed by the Proton Emas concepts that have been doing the rounds since 2010, the production model’s name is yet to be confirmed, and will likely arrive with a price under $13,000. (Approximately $12,000)

Volkswagen Polo: Volkswagen’s Polo light hatch range is also due for a mid-cycle refresh in the second half of the year, with revised styling, plus efficiency and technology trickle-down from the Mk7 Golf likely(Approximately $17,000-29,000)


galleryProton Suprima S: Proton will launch the Preve sedan-based Suprima S small hatch in January, in $21,790 (drive away) GX and $26,590 (drive away) GXR spec levels. Available with a CVT auto initially, both versions will use a 103kW/250Nm 1.6 litre petrol turbo. Cheaper $19,790 (GX) and $24,590 (GXR) six –speed manual versions will arrive later in the year. (Approximately $19,790-$24,590)