Presented by\nLet’s all be really transparent for a second… we love spending money on useless things. For example, I can justify spending $7 on avocado toast or even $6.99 on a monthly subscription to FaceTune (I do it for the gram ok), but when it comes to spending money on things that actually matter like groceries or paying off my phone bill, well, that’s when I find it hard to part ways with my money.\nIt makes absolutely no sense right? I mean why on earth am I spending $7 on avocado toast and $100 a month on a number of subscriptions when I could be putting that money towards something more legit like having a car.\nI always thought I was too broke to own a car but the reality is that I’m not broke, I’m just spending money on useless things. So if you’re anything like me and you’re looking to get your hands on your first real car without having to break the bank, here is a list that I’ve rounded up of 10 new cars from the Spinelli dealerships that you can afford if you lay off the iPhone in-apps purchases and cut down on the Amazon shopping.\n2017 Nissan Micra SV\nPrice: $13,898\n$39 per week is all you need to make this car work out. $39 per week is roughly what I spend on wine. If you love wine as much as I do but hate public transport, cut back on the wine, learn to love water and put those $39 towards a spanking new car.\nThe Nissan Micra features AC, rear window defroster, cruise control, auxiliary audio input jack, brake assist and more.\n2018 Mazda3 GX\nPrice: $17,810\nI’ve always loved the Mazda3 GX and not just because it looks good. It’s actually so affordable when you think about the fact that it only costs $49 per week at Spinelli. That's essentially what I spend on my weekly Ubers. See where I'm going with this...\nThe 2018 GX model comes equipped with a push-button start, custom-fitted floor mats, rear window defroster, audio display screen and much more!\n2018 Honda Civic DX\nPrice: $16,705\nThe 2018 Honda Civic DX features ABS brakes, 160 watts radio and connectivity to your phone, USB, 5 inch LCD display, Bluetooth streaming audio and Siri compatibility.\nBest part? It comes up to $51 per week. Essentially, if you have a full-time job, you can probably afford this car. If not, you’re doing something wrong.\n2018 KIA Forte LX\nPrice: $17,130\nAt only $41 per week, the 2018 KIA Forte LX is as affordable as buying your lunch every day at work, if that’s something you do, and let’s face it, you probably do. Who has time to pack a lunch anyways? Well, you do now, that is if you want a new car.\nThe car features a solar glass, manual transmission, steering wheel-mounted audio controls, satellite radio, AUX and USB input ports and more!\n2018 Nissan Versa Note SV\nPrice: $17,198\nI love eating out at restaurants but it can get expensive. I’m talking like $200 a month type of expensive. If your dining habits are as bad as mine, get this. For just $47 per week, you can get your hands on this bad boy. All you have to do is find someone willing to cook for you. Consider getting a roommate.\nFeatures cruise control, remote keyless entry, SiriusXM satellite radio, hands-free text messaging assistant, heated front seats and more.\n2018 Toyota Yaris Hatchback CE\nPrice: $17,479\n$50 a week is what you’re looking at if you want to take home the 2018 Toyota Yaris. And when you put it in perspective, $50 a week is not bad. That’s basically your weekly dose of Starbucks Macchiatos and I’ve got a feeling you’re drinking more than that. So, ease up on the caffeine and save yourself some moolah for your new car.\nFeatures AC, a backup camera, push-button starter, keyless entry, anti-fog lights and so much more!\n2018 Toyota Corolla CE\nPrice: $17,554\nGetting from point A from point B is as easy as $44 per week. And if you think about it, the metro pass comes to $100 a month, so if you can manage to round up another $100, you’re basically looking at your new car!\nThe 2018 Corolla includes front wheel drive, Bluetooth capability, USB audio input, 6 speakers and more.\n2018 Nissan Sentra SV\nPrice: $19,958\nI know that big number above can seem intimidating but when you break it down to $49 a week on a 24-month lease, it doesn’t seem so bad after all.\nThis Nissan includes independent strut front suspension, automatic emergency braking, push-button ignition, cruise control and more.\n2017 Infiniti QX50\nPrice: $36,955\nIf you’re looking for a little more room, the base model of the 2017 Infiniti QX50 is available for about $100 per week at Spinelli and boy is it ever nice. If you cut down on the daily Starbucks run and start working out from home, you’re looking at your new set of wheels.\nThe QX50 features 325 horsepower, intelligent all-wheel drive, smart key with push start button, back-up camera, sunroof, heated leather seats and much more!\n2018 Lexus IS 300 RWD\nPrice: $41,490\nAt just $245 (plus tax) every two weeks, the 2018 Lexus comes packed with rear wheel drive, traction control, integrated SiriusXM satellite radio, sport direct shift control, an 8-speed automatic transmission and more. Here’s a tip, instead of paying for your own Netflix account, find someone who already has an account, befriend them save yourself $1200 a year. Instead, put that money towards a car like this one.\nSo what does your next car look like? If you didn’t find anything you like, don’t fret because Spinelli has lots of other cars at incredibly affordable prices. The car dealership company features Asia’s leading manufacturers like Nissan, Infiniti, Honda, Lexus, Toyota, Mazda and Kia.\nThe real best part Spinelli dealerships is that they offer new entry-level vehicles at great prices for even the smallest of budgets. Just think about how annoying it is to take public transportation, especially in the summer. Have you ever been stuck on a bus on a 30-degree day without AC? It blows. Now picture those hot summer months but instead of taking public transportation, you’re arriving to work without being drenched in sweat. Yup, having a car is pretty damn useful and for less than $200 a month, you can pick out your new car from any of the Spinelli dealerships in Montreal.\nWhat are you waiting for? Head to the Spinelli website for more info on all of their cars and check out their Facebook too!