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2011 Audi A1

What would it look like if Audi made a Mini Cooper? Probably a lot like the 2011 Audi A1 (€16,000 and up). This small compact Audi offers go-kart-like handling thanks to its sort overhangs, wide stance, and short height, and comes powered by one of four either TFSI gasoline or TDI diesel engines, ranging in power from 86hp to 122hp. Five-speed or six-speed manuals are available as well as a seven-speed dual-clutch S-tronic automatic, and niceties like the MMI navigation system, a 100 percent LED-lit interior, 18-inch wheels, LED rear lights and Xenon headlamps, four colors of roof arches, and ten exterior colors.

  • 2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe

    If you're looking for a fast, stylish coupe but can't stomach the $30,000-and-up prices of most upscale offerings, check out the 2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe ($22,000 and up). With features like 30mpg economy, 210hp in the 2.0T or an optional 306hp V6, an available six-speed manual transmission, Bluetooth, a six-speaker sound system with USB input, 18-inch alloy wheels, keyless entry, leather-wrapped steering wheel and shifter, ABS, traction control, brake assist, and more, it's got just the right mix of affordability and class. [via]

  • MINI E

    It's not like MINI's automobiles were gas guzzlers to begin with, but if you're looking for the greenest MINI you can get, check out the new MINI E ($TBA). Limited to just 500 vehicles to be leased in SoCal, New York, and New Jersey early next year, the E employ a single-speed, 204hp electric motor powered by a lithium-ion battery, offering a 0-62mph time of 8.5 seconds and a driving range of 150 miles. Think of it as a civilized electric go-cart.