Ive heard of cars being more expensive to get in some countries so i was just wondering where cars were cheapest
Actually I think he's asking in which country is the price to buy a car the cheapest. For example, a brand new Mercedes that would cost $50K in the US, would cost about $65K in the UK, and would cost about $100K in Singapore, all prices for the exact same car. It's a factor of both currency value and taxes/fees.
To OP's question: :shrug: I would assume the country with the cheapest currency and a small government budget, maybe some tiny country in Africa or South America.
Yes, but when you compare the price of the exact same car in the US to somewhere else, the car is going to be a lot cheaper in the US.The editor of EVO magazine in the UK concurs .
He opines that US made vehicles are so low tech( e.g, leaf springs in the F150 truck), that they are cheap and that imports have their prices discounted in order to sell.