10 Sports Cars That are Priceless but “Affordable”

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10 Sports Cars offer bang for the buck but are affordable. The most expensive cars are usually the most fun to drive, as this statement is correct in most cases. As costly sports cars have the best designs, most powerful engines, advanced technologies, and generally more time taken in their R&D.

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10. Chevrolet Corvette C6 – $23,000

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The Corvette has been in production since 1953 and is now in its eighth generation. It is powered by a 6.2L Supercharged V8 engine. This is one of the most loved American supercars. If you want a good Corvette under $25,000, you’ll have to settle for a C6.

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9. Porsche 944 Turbo – $22,000

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Porsche introduced front-engined sports cars in the 70s in an attempt to boost sales. The 944 was a hit, and was loved for its sleek and attractive design, and power. With over 160,000 units produced, the 944 is still affordable today.

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8. Mazda Miata – $27,650

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The Miata is Mazda’s pride and man of the game. The Miata has been one of the most popular sports cars, all thanks to its lightweight construction, stylish design, affordability, and excellent driving feel. The new Miata starts at just under $30,000, but one can buy old models for as low as $5,000.

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7. Nissan 370Z – $25,000

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After the success of the 350Z, Nissan built a worthy competitor, the 370Z. The 370Z used an upgraded version of the 350Z’s engine; a 3.7-liter V6 offering 350 hp and 372 Nm of torque. The 370Z is one of the best Japanese project cars.

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6. 2010 Audi TT RS – $29,000

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The Audi TT has a fantastic build quality, eye-catching design, and various engine options with outstanding reliability. And mainly the lower price tag than most German sports cars. The TT RS was equipped with a 2.5L turbocharged inline-five engine producing 330 hp, the TT RS was a lot faster than the base TT.

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5. 2004 Porsche Boxster – $15,000

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As Cheap Japanese sports cars took over the sports car market, this forced Porsche to develop their own ‘cheap’ sports car. The Boxster was a hit with its excellent design resembling the 911. The car was mid-engined making it a joy to drive.

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4. 2008 Maserati GranTurismo – $28,000

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The GranTurismo was an awesome car, as it was inspired by the gorgeous Pininfarina design and a Ferrari-sourced V8 engine. The early models are now for less than $30,000. The car may have a few reliability issues, but you’ll own a real-bred Italian sports car.

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3. Honda S2000 – $25,000

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The 90s Honda models were the best and these include the iconic NSX, Civic Type-R EK9, and the beautiful S2000. This car was among the most beautiful convertibles you could buy at the time. It had the power to match, one of the best four-cylinder engines. The car had a high-revving 2.2L naturally aspirated with 237 hp on gas.

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2. Toyota GT86/Subaru BRZ – $27,700

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The 2022 Subaru BRZ is the lightweight than the previous generation and that’s why it seems more peppier than before with its 228 HP NA flat-four engine. This affordable sports car comes with rear-wheel drivetrain and competes against Toyota GR86 and Mazda MX-5 Miata.

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1. Mercedes-Benz SL500 (R129) – $25,000

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The R129 generation of the SL class is one of the greatest Mercedes-Benz models of all time. The R129 was loved for everything, starting with its design and luxurious interior. The car had some of the most advanced technologies of the ’90s, which includes seat-integrated seat belts and electronically controlled damping.

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