top sports cars

top sports cars

Top Sports Cars

Sports Cars 2017-2018: The Best and the Rest Take a look at our selections for the best sports cars of 2017 and 2018; if it’s sporting an Editors’ Choice badge, you’ll know that we think it’s one of the best sports cars on the market. You also can see our picks for the best premium sports cars, best muscle cars, best sports coupes, and best exotic sports cars here.
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Top Sports Cars

Take a look at our selections for the best sports cars of 2017 and 2018; if it’s sporting an Editors’ Choice badge, you’ll know that we think it’s one of the best sports cars on the market. You also can see our picks for the best premium sports cars, best muscle cars, best sports coupes, and best exotic sports cars here.
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Top Sports Cars

More on Sports Cars Sports cars that don’t cost as much as a house tend to come in two primary categories. Small, lightweight sports cars with four-cylinder engines are designed to deliver excellent handling and agility rather than outright speed and power. Muscle cars, on the other hand, are heavier and have more powerful engines. No matter which type of sports car you’re shopping for, you shouldn’t have trouble finding one that delivers thrills without breaking the bank. Back to top
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More on Luxury Sports Cars To some consumers, luxury sports cars may be the pinnacle of the automotive kingdom. They are powerful, fast, handsome, and in most cases, quite luxurious. They come with either a fixed hardtop, a convertible top, or a one-piece removable roof panel, often referred to as a targa. Whether you dream of cruising the boulevard in a convertible with the top down or driving at high speeds around a racetrack, there is likely a luxury sports car that can fulfill your fantasy. In most cases, a car’s scores are based on its power and speed, the quality of its cabin materials, its ride comfort, its handling abilities, and even the sound of its engine. The best smaller convertibles tend to be sporty cars that feel decently strong, ride comfortably, and are generally fun to drive. On the other end are the muscle cars that tend to earn good reviews for power, acceleration, and handling, offering powertrains ranging from twin-turbocharged V6s to V10s. Back to top
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Top Sports Cars

This is one of the finest sports cars to ever come out of Japan, and one of the greatest Z car ever made. It packed a 3.0-liter V-6 engine with a pair of blowers that pumped out 300 ponies and hit 60 mph in the mid-5-second range. And it handled like a dream, despite a relatively heavy weight, thanks to its innovative high-capacity active-suspension system. Like most Japanese sports cars of this era, it’s hard to find one that’s unmolested by aftermarket modifications. But if you can find a clean one it will offer the same virtues that made these cars popular back in the day: high performance with everyday reliability.
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The Best Exotic Cars For the Money By Sheryll Alexander Uncompromisingly designed and unabashedly exclusive, the hand-built machines on GAYOT’s list of Top 10 Exotic Sports Cars take the automobile into the realm of art. And while the $200,000+ price tag found on the majority of our picks presents a serious roadblock for most of us, these cars are hardly irrelevant. They offer a glimpse into the future of the auto industry, showcasing technologies and design elements that might soon make their way onto mainstream dealer lots. Take a look at our entire list sorted by the least to most expensive rides to find fresh fodder for your automotive daydreams. Intro 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next >
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Top Sports Cars

View the top luxury sports cars to find the right car for you. Luxury sports cars are powerful, fast, and come with upscale interiors. Whether you care about speed, the quality of cabin materials, or handling abilities, our rankings and reviews will help you find what you need.
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Top Sports Cars

View the top luxury sports cars to find the right car for you. Luxury sports cars are powerful, fast, and come with upscale interiors. Whether you care about speed, the quality of cabin materials, or handling abilities, our rankings and reviews will help you find what you need.Read more
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Sports cars are engaging to drive, turning commutes into thrill rides. These models have strong, powerful engines and can be bought in a variety of price ranges. See which sports cars best fit your needs and budget.
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To some consumers, luxury sports cars may be the pinnacle of the automotive kingdom. They are powerful, fast, handsome, and in most cases, quite luxurious. They come with either a fixed hardtop, a convertible top, or a one-piece removable roof panel, often referred to as a targa. Whether you dream of cruising the boulevard in a convertible with the top down or driving at high speeds around a racetrack, there is likely a luxury sports car that can fulfill your fantasy.
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Uncompromisingly designed and unabashedly exclusive, the hand-built machines on GAYOT’s list of Top 10 Exotic Sports Cars take the automobile into the realm of art. And while the $200,000+ price tag found on the majority of our picks presents a serious roadblock for most of us, these cars are hardly irrelevant. They offer a glimpse into the future of the auto industry, showcasing technologies and design elements that might soon make their way onto mainstream dealer lots. Take a look at our entire list sorted by the least to most expensive rides to find fresh fodder for your automotive daydreams.
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The magazine was unabashedly enthusiast-oriented, assuming a good knowledge of sports cars, racing, and automotive history. The magazine was originally edited by Mark Ewing. In the 1990s, (after the move from Newport Beach to Northern California) Jay Lamm served as editor; Lamm had worked at other publications, including Autoweek, and had written books on cars like the Mazda Miata. In 1994, SCI became the first magazine publication to go all-digital in its printing process. In 2006, Erik Gustafson served as editor, and upgraded the publication’s layout, editorial style, and format to compete directly with rival top automotive publications.
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Why Edmunds Recommends the 2016 Tesla Model S: Who would ever think that an electric car could end up on a list of the best, “A”-rated performance cars? Well, there’s a whole lot more to the Tesla Model S’s appeal than rollin’ gas-free. Even the basic Model S 60 can hit 60 mph in a quick 5.9 seconds, but from there things only get better, culminating in the 691-hp, all-wheel-drive P85D model that goes from zero to 60 in 3.5 seconds. In other words, it can keep up with exotic sports cars in a straight line, with surprisingly sharp handling for such a big, heavy car.
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There are subcategories within every vehicle segment, but no more so than among sports cars. The design, performance, and usability spectrum is vast, with each automaker tailoring their halo models to a well-defined buyer group. For this reason, it’s difficult to say one sports car is better than every other. Instead, we’ve decided to pick our favorites among five categories, with five unique consumer personas.
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The low-slung coupe uses sharp creases, carbon-fiber accents, and a mid-engine layout to distinguish itself from lesser sports cars, but it doesn’t command attention in the same way as rivals. Its 5.2-liter V10 delivers 610 horsepower and 413 pound-feet of torque to all four wheels via a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission. Acceleration is blistering: 0 to 60 mph takes less than 3.0 seconds and top speed is a towering 205 mph.
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In today’s world filled with roadway congestion and concerns about the environment, the whole meaning of performance cars is dramatically changing. Fuel economy is becoming a greater area of importance, and car companies are responding by downsizing engines and adding turbochargers to boost mpg figures while maintaining horsepower levels. At the same time, automakers have improved the handling capabilities of cars via new technology, such as configurable stability control systems and torque-vectoring differentials. Basically, it’s a great time to own a performance car.
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Want cheap speed? Buy used. You won’t get the latest tech or the most luxurious features, but you will satisfy that need for speed, and do it without having to sell body parts to pay off the note. The used-car values you see here were sourced from Kelly Blue Book and represent vehicles that have a condition rating of “excellent.” You might have to spend a few bucks more to find a perfect example of some of these cars in your area, but they’ll all be cheaper (and cooler) than most new economy cars.
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Author Copy Created with Sketch. By Anthony Sullivan Mar 14, 2017 Want cheap speed? Buy used. You won’t get the latest tech or the most luxurious features, but you will satisfy that need for speed, and do it without having to sell body parts to pay off the note. The used-car values you see here were sourced from Kelly Blue Book and represent vehicles that have a condition rating of “excellent.” You might have to spend a few bucks more to find a perfect example of some of these cars in your area, but they’ll all be cheaper (and cooler) than most new economy cars.Advertisement – Continue Reading Below

Published on Jul 7, 2017 | Under Car | By michael ellis
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