First produced in 2000 and launched in Brazil as a three-door hatchback, it was produced until 2015. It ended up having also a five-door hatchback version as well as a sedan version called Prisma.
Packed with a 60hp small 1.0 L engine, this is a fairly economic car when it comes to fuel consumption. It drives easily and smoothly making almost no noise at all. Fairly low on passenger space, it leaves little room for those sitting in the back. However, it is possible to fold the back seats in order to enlarge the trunk and give it more volume for luggage. This car proved to be pretty unsafe when measured against the South American security standards, although it is legal to be sold and driven. If you are looking for a short-daily-drive vehicle, this may be your choice.