By on December 6, 2012

TTAC readers know that this site has an unhealthy fascination with low-cost cars. It’s not entirely unjustified, what with the segment booming in recession-plagued Europe and the fact that low-cost vehicles are cannibalizing the sales of larger, more conventional vehicles.

To help you seperate your Citigos from your Sanderos, the Handlesblatt (Germany’s version of the Wall Street Journal) has published a handy guide of all cars selling for under 10,000 euro. There’s a delightful mixture of old former-Warsaw Pact crap and very modern automobiles from the EU and Korean. Not to mention a couple Japanese entries. Personally, I’m partial to the Seat Mii and find that Kia Picanto to be offensively ugly.

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