instead of moving maybe ill get a car so i dont have to walk.. anyone who knows me i dont care one bit how the car looks .but i want it to be uber dependable dont care how small it is it is just to get grocery's
Okay, two possible choices. One, Chevy Spark. Very small, reasonably reliable hatchback.... If you get the manual tranny!
Honestly, don't get the CVT. That version is made by Jatco (owned by Nissan). And the Jatco automatic CVT is garbage!!! You're good until about 40,000 miles. That's when the CVT tends to completely implode! It's literally the only Chevy vehicle that uses that CVT. Meaning, when it breaks down, good luck finding a Chevy service center with a mechanic who even knows how to work on it. Usually they just replace the tranny with a new one. Also from Jatco. Not cheap! And will only last you about another 40,000 miles.
Otherwise the Spark is a very good daily driver. Easy to park, cheap to insure, sips gasoline. Power? No, not really. It's nice that it comes with an overall lack of electronic features most drivers really don't need. Hand crank windows, for example. Though you get an impressive center stack Info-tainment system.
2nd would be the Mitsubishi Mirage. Either hatchback, or sedan versions. Worst rated new car in America. But far from a piece of junk. That rating means you won't have to worry about huge dealer mark-ups. Same advantages as the Spark. But also lacking in power. If you really want the security of a lockable trunk, the sedan version is going to be your best bet out of any other car out there, from any other brand.
Note: Currently with the state of the world, it's a Seller's market. With Used car prices being considerably worse than New car prices for Buyers. Please keep that in mind.