Flexibility and flair for urban journeys.
For your urban commute or run around town, the subcompact can make daily driving and running errands a breeze. And despite their conveniently small size, some subcompacts bring out features and comfort in spades.
If you're looking to enjoy city or suburban driving with a subcompact car, we've compiled an updated list of the 10 best subcompact cars for 2020 shoppers, based on CarMax sales data from August 1, 2019, through January 31, 2020.
- Nissan Versa
- Ford Fiesta
- Hyundai Accent
- Honda Fit
- Mini Cooper
- Chevrolet Sonic
- Fiat 500
- Chevrolet Spark
- Nissan Versa Note
- Toyota Yaris
If you're looking for head-turning style and want a car with a bit of flair, the Fiat 500 is a two-door, four-seat marvel with distinctive good looks thanks to its three well-designed trim levels: Pop, Lounge, and Abarth (2017 to present). You might also consider the Ford Fiesta; 2019 models come in a wide selection of styles with 10 exterior paint options and seven interior trims.
The Chevrolet Spark is another subcompact that maneuvers narrow city streets and parking spaces with ease. From 2018 to present, its base-level LS trim features a long list of driver aids, a fold-down rear bench seat, and smartphone integration as standard.
Should you want some flexibility for an ever-changing lifestyle, take a look at the remarkably roomy Honda Fit, as it has a switch-up rear seat offering multiple configurations. For a comfortable commute, the subcompact Nissan Versa also has plenty to offer when it comes to tech and cabin comfort. Apple Carplay® and Android Auto™ connectivity are available as standard at the top-level trims of the 2019 Nissan Versa and Nissan Versa Note.
The subcompact takes everyday urban journeys in stride, largely thanks to their responsive handling and peppy engines. And with the latest tech and ample amount of space, the next time you make your daily commute might just be in one of these cars.
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