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Everyone Can Buy a Sports Car

Sports CarThere’s nothing quite like visiting car auctions, getting behind the wheel of a sports car on the auction block, and feeling the power of an amazing engine. Sports cars today have all sorts of personalities, with classic “muscle” cars like the Ford Mustang and small, lightning-fast cars like the Mazda MX-5.

Terrific Affordable Sports Cars

Snagging the keys to a sports car that costs less than 35,000 dollars is definitely possible in today’s market. Vehicle manufacturers are taking advantage of the public’s love of fast vehicles that won’t break the bank. Cars like the Mazda MX-5, the Scion FR-S, and the Subaru BRZ can be loaded with every option in the book and still cost less than $30,000 even if they’re not on inventory clearance.

Sports Cars with Value

Buying a sports car doesn’t have to be a reckless investment. With a little research, it’s possible to find sports cars with so many features and power that the cost and gas guzzling are entirely justified. Although calling it a “sports car” might seem like a stretch, the 2012 Volkswagen GTI is a great option. The car has an MSRP under $24,000 and hides a turbocharged direct-injected engine under its hood that boasts 200 HP and 207 lb-ft of torque.

Sports Cars with Great Resale Value

Some drivers like to get a new car every few years, so figuring out which sports cars offer the best resale value is a good idea before heading to local car auctions or a vehicle dealership. Resale value even influences the leasing prices for most cars. One of the best sports cars on the road is the Chevrolet Camaro V-6 for its sleek styling and muscle car appeal. It’s also a car that will retain a healthy 60 percent of its value a full three years into ownership.

Show-Stopping Luxury Sports Cars

There are insanely expensive luxury sports cars out there like the Lamborghini Aventador (with an MSRP of $387,000) and the Lexus LFA (with an MSRP of 375,000), but those aren’t the only high-performance luxury sports cars out there. A few sports cars with luxury panache and a more reachable price for leasing include the Audi TT RS, which boasts 360 horsepower, or the newly redesigned Chevrolet Corvette, which has 638 horsepower and reaches 0 to 60 in just 4.5 seconds.

One of the best aspects of many of today’s sports cars is that leasing or buying a powerful vehicle is an option for just about any income level. There’s no better way to have fun than to rev the engine of a powerful car and rocket down the road with the wind in your hair.