used sports cars

used sports cars

Used Sports Cars

So you want to explore motoring with the enriching feel of a sports car? Rarely practical, sports cars are intent to create an atmosphere of fun for the driver on the streets or possibly on the race track. On-road performers, sports cars do not adhere stringently to any specific body style criteria allowing a driver to decide on a vehicle matching their individual tastes and lifestyle. Sport cars can be built using coupe, convertible as well as sedan body styles. A high-performance crossover vehicle could also be considered in the same realm as a sports car. Some prefer a sports car that is extremely light on comfort and convenience features while others prescribe to the notion of a sports car being a luxury machine. Some sports cars are greatly similar to vehicles or incorporate technology used in professional auto racing. Construction of sports cars often relies on lightweight components such as aluminum and very exotic carbon fiber to maximize engine power and improve handling. Due to the performance and competitive nature of sports cars, it is common to see aspects such as horsepower and design change on a frequent basis. The pricing range for sports cars ranges broadly from under $20,000 into the millions. More affordable examples of sports cars include the Mazda MX-5 and the Scion FR-S. With pricier sports cars such as the Ferrari F12berlinetta, engine power is often top of the charts in the entire auto industry. Expensive sports cars are often constructed in limited numbers adding to their exclusivity in the marketplace. Despite the massive horsepower of some sports cars, the future of this vehicle category is increasingly becoming enriched with powertrain technology such as hybrid drive platforms. Desirable to many drivers, sports cars are typically more expensive to own due to insurance and fuel costs.
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Used Sports Cars

So you want to explore motoring with the enriching feel of a sports car? Rarely practical, sports cars are intent to create an atmosphere of fun for the driver on the streets or possibly on the race track. On-road performers, sports cars do not adhere stringently to any specific body style criteria allowing a driver to decide on a vehicle matching their individual tastes and lifestyle. Sport cars can be built using coupe, convertible as well as sedan body styles. A high-performance crossover vehicle could also be considered in the same realm as a sports car. Some prefer a sports car that is extremely light on comfort and convenience features while others prescribe to the notion of a sports car being a luxury machine. Some sports cars are greatly similar to vehicles or incorporate technology used in professional auto racing. Construction of sports cars often relies on lightweight components such as aluminum and very exotic carbon fiber to maximize engine power and improve handling. Due to the performance and competitive nature of sports cars, it is common to see aspects such as horsepower and design change on a frequent basis. The pricing range for sports cars ranges broadly from under $20,000 into the millions. More affordable examples of sports cars include the Mazda MX-5 and the Scion FR-S. With pricier sports cars such as the Ferrari F12berlinetta, engine power is often top of the charts in the entire auto industry. Expensive sports cars are often constructed in limited numbers adding to their exclusivity in the marketplace. Despite the massive horsepower of some sports cars, the future of this vehicle category is increasingly becoming enriched with powertrain technology such as hybrid drive platforms. Desirable to many drivers, sports cars are typically more expensive to own due to insurance and fuel costs. Read more Read less
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Used Sports Cars

Affordable sports cars exist for one reason – to offer all of their splendor to those of us that usually can’t afford luxury cars, supercars, or even top tier muscle cars. Japanese roadsters offer superb handling, quick revving and genuinely fun drive, but they aren’t the only ones. Domestic cars can be affordable too, and offer all of this at the same time as well. Heck, even German cars have been known to become affordable if you’re patient enough to wait before buying them. What’s more, all of them can become laughably cheap over time. And while their prices drop considerably, their performance remains more or less intact. You won’t pay much for them and nothing will hold you back for it. You’ll be able to squeeze out the most of them without feeling guilty about forcing them too much. This is why cheap used sports cars can be a fine investment. You can drive them until their their soul leaves their body and move on to the next one. Here are ten such affordable sports cars to choose from. Oh, and only one nameplate per manufacturer to keep things fair. And, no Mazda Miata. It’s getting seriously boring. Not the car’s driving dynamics which are hellishly fun, but its inclusion on every single related list. Consider this the honorable mention.   PreviousNext
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Affordable sports cars exist for one reason – to offer all of their splendor to those of us that usually can’t afford luxury cars, supercars, or even top tier muscle cars. Japanese roadsters offer superb handling, quick revving and genuinely fun drive, but they aren’t the only ones. Domestic cars can be affordable too, and offer all of this at the same time as well. Heck, even German cars have been known to become affordable if you’re patient enough to wait before buying them. What’s more, all of them can become laughably cheap over time. And while their prices drop considerably, their performance remains more or less intact. You won’t pay much for them and nothing will hold you back for it. You’ll be able to squeeze out the most of them without feeling guilty about forcing them too much. This is why cheap used sports cars can be a fine investment. You can drive them until their their soul leaves their body and move on to the next one. Here are ten such affordable sports cars to choose from. Oh, and only one nameplate per manufacturer to keep things fair. And, no Mazda Miata. It’s getting seriously boring. Not the car’s driving dynamics which are hellishly fun, but its inclusion on every single related list. Consider this the honorable mention.  
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Page 1 of 12 When looking for a used sports car, the passage of time does wonders to help reduce the cost of entry. Like luxury cars, the best used sports cars – in most cases – suffer from serious depreciation that puts them in the realm of the possible for those with a more modest car-buying budget. For the price of a well-equipped family sedan you can easily find yourself driving around in a used sports car that will offer outstanding performance and exceptional handling. Sometimes, you’ll pay even less than that to get your road-going thrills. Let’s take a quick look at 10 of the best used sports cars currently on the market.
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When looking for a used sports car, the passage of time does wonders to help reduce the cost of entry. Like luxury cars, the best used sports cars – in most cases – suffer from serious depreciation that puts them in the realm of the possible for those with a more modest car-buying budget. For the price of a well-equipped family sedan you can easily find yourself driving around in a used sports car that will offer outstanding performance and exceptional handling. Sometimes, you’ll pay even less than that to get your road-going thrills. Let’s take a quick look at 10 of the best used sports cars currently on the market.
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10 Best Used Sports Cars – 10 – 2011 BMW 1M Page 1 of 12 10 Best Used Sports Cars – 10 – 2011 BMW 1M The 2011 BMW 1M is the unicorn on our list of the best used sports cars. Also known as the BMW 1 Series M Coupe, this diminutive Bavarian barn burner was only built for a single model year and as a result there are very few examples for sale on the secondary market. Commanding a premium when you can find one, the BMW 1M took the 1 Series platform and injected it with steroids, resulting in a 335 horsepower, 3.0-liter twin-turbo six-cylinder engine under the hood paired with a six-speed manual transmission. Capable of 369 lb-ft of overboosted torque, the 1M also offers an enthusiastic suspension system, unique exterior styling, and big brakes.
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Affordable sports cars exist for one reason – to offer all of their splendor to those of us that usually can’t afford luxury cars, supercars, or even top tier muscle cars. Japanese roadsters offer superb handling, quick revving and genuinely fun drive, but they aren’t the only ones. Domestic cars can be affordable too, and offer all of this at the same time as well. Heck, even German cars have been known to become affordable if you’re patient enough to wait before buying them. What’s more, all of them can become laughably cheap over time.

Published on Mar 2, 2017 | Under Car | By michael ellis
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