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“What car should I buy?” It’s a question consumers ask themselves every day, but what would associate road test editor Erick Ayapana drive? Keep reading for the answer, and see other editors’ picks here.

I’d like to stay within $30,000 for the car I’d buy today, so I was super stoked when I logged on to and found that it can be had for under $20,000 (after incentives, of course). That car would be the 2019 Ford Fiesta ST.

It has probably been years since I’ve driven one, but it still tops my list of affordable new cars. Even without incentives, the 2019 Fiesta ST costs under $23,000. The 2019 Mazda Miata is within my reach for a few grand more, but I’d want the Club version, which starts at $31,110. And have you tried stuffing two carry-on bags in the trunk of a Miata? For a single-car household, the Miata unfortunately won’t work.

Not so with the Fiesta ST. It may be tiny, but it’s much more practical than the Mazda thanks to four doors, a hatch, and seating for five (though four might be more realistic). The Volkswagen GTI with its fantastic plaid seats is also practical, but it’s more expensive and doesn’t quite have the Fiesta’s razor-sharp agility.

Yes, it’s front-wheel drive, but driving the Fiesta ST is just as thrilling and fun as the Miata. The excellent Honda Civic Type R might be the better track car, but the Ford is arguably more enjoyable to toss around town. Its shifter isn’t quite as precise as the Porsche 911 GT3 or Type R, but it’s satisfying nonetheless.

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