Originally Posted by hwelvaar
Don't understand why you don't understand this ? It's simple economics.
A smaller car uses less material, thus costs less, than its own identically configured bigger brother.
But my point is that they are not necessarily identically configured. Maybe the small car is more of an enthusiast car, while the large car is a more simple utility car. A more sporty car is usually more expensive than a family transporter.
Because of the typically American thought that bigger must be better, the small car often ends up with cheaper solutions. I don't like that. Now we see more and more small premium cars, and then it is natural that the small car can be more expensive than bigger models from the same brand.
Examples of a large cheap car is the VW Caddy Maxi.