Cheap Sports Cars

Cheap Sports Cars

When you think of a sports car, you might typically think of expensive. However, there are a lot of cars out there which can be considered cheap sports cars, and this blog post is all about that!

Ah, yes, sports cars. There’s nothing like roaring off down the motorway in these hot, flashy machines. But all too often, we find ourselves skipping past that gleaming red Ferrari and opting for an altogether more affordable and reliable model instead, something like a Fiat, perhaps? It’s not that we’re all tight or mean far from it, in fact. There are just plenty of startlingly cheap sports cars available if you know where to look. In this blog post, I will go through some flashy and eye-catching but cheap sports cars that you can buy without breaking the bank!

Our top picks


Let’s talk about the well known road speedster BMW X1 first. The BMW X1 is a super compact luxury SUV that offers a sporty driving experience at an affordable price point. It’s also pretty small when compared to its fellows like the X3 and the X5. Its small size also makes it more maneuverable and easier to park in tight spaces.


When we talk about its exterior design, this affordable car features the signature BMW kidney grille and sleek lines that give it a sporty and aggressive look. The car sits low to the ground and has a wide stance, which gives it a sporty and planted feel when driving. It also comes with 17-inch alloy wheels as standard, which add to the sporty aesthetic of the car.

What’s Under the hood will blow your mind; the X1 offers a variety of engines to choose from. The base model comes with a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 228 horsepower and 258 lb-ft of torque. This engine is paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission, which provides smooth and responsive shifting.

Now let’s talk about its interior. The interior of the BMW X1 is a nice place to be. It’s not as roomy as some other compact crossovers, but it’s comfortable and well-finished. The front seats are supportive without being overly firm, and they have just enough give to make long trips bearable (though they could use more thigh support). The rear seat is a bit tight for adults in terms of headroom, but there’s plenty of legroom, and the backrests recline for a better driving position.

The instrument panel is simple and straightforward; the infotainment system uses BMW’s iDrive controller, which can be confusing at first. While iDrive has been much improved over time, we still prefer simpler systems like Toyota Entune or HondaLink that allow you to use your voice to control your smartphone apps.

In terms of safety features, the X1 comes with a variety of standard features, such as a rearview camera, forward-collision warning, and automatic emergency braking. The car also offers a variety of optional safety features, such as lane-departure warning, blind-spot monitoring, and rear cross-traffic alert.

2007 Ford Mustang GT

Next car among cheap sports cars is the 2007 Ford Mustang. The 2007 Ford Mustang GT is an American classic sports car with a V8 engine that offers high performance for a relatively low price. It’s also the best-selling Mustang ever made, so it has plenty of fans.

The GT is powered by Ford’s 4.6-liter “modular” V8 engine, which makes 300 horsepower and 320 pound-feet of torque. A five-speed manual transmission is standard, while a six-speed automatic is optional. The Mustang GT comes standard with 18-inch wheels, but 19s are optional.

2007 Ford Mustang GT

The 2007 Ford Mustang GT has room for four passengers and their stuff, although there’s no back seat. Cargo capacity tops out at 13 cubic feet when all five seats are folded down — not much space for luggage or groceries, but enough for passengers’ bags on road trips or weekend getaways to the beach or mountains.

The 2007 Ford Mustang GT comes with anti-lock disc brakes front and rear, electronic stability control with traction control, and side airbags for both front occupants as standard equipment, all features you’d want on any car in this class. Optional safety features include a traction control off switch (for extra power), electronic brake proportioning (to balance braking force front to rear), rearview camera system.

Overall, if you are a Mustang fanatic and love a loud engine, this 2007 Ford Mustang GT is just made for you!

Mazda MX-5 Miata

The Mazda Miata has been around since 1989, but it still remains one of the best sporty convertibles available today, thanks to its low price tag and its fun driving experience. This little convertible is great for anyone who wants to spend time behind the wheel rather than in front of their computer or phone!

Mazda MX-5 Miata

These classic sports cars will cost you not more than 25000$ on the market, which is expensive on our list, but when you compare its features with its competitors, it’s worth the money. Moreover, Mazda MX-5 Miata is also available in two body styles: convertible and retractable hardtop (RHT).

The convertible version has a manual folding cloth top, while the RHT model has a power-folding metal top with a glass rear window. Both versions feature an integrated roll bar structure that can be stowed away when not needed for safety reasons or when parking in tight spaces. The vehicle’s design allows for minimal weight requirements; its overall curb weight is about 2,200 pounds (1,000 kg).

Overall, if you are a fan of classic cars, the Mazda MX-5 is the right ride for you. This car has looks, speed, power, efficiency, and, most importantly, comfort. You can ride long rides without any back pain or discomfort. And ohh, as this ride has a powerful revvy 181-hp four-cylinder engine in its frunk, you can use it every single day and not feel bad about it!

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Final words

In the above list, you’ll find a wide variety of options. Some cars utilize a powerful V-8 engine or a revvy 181-hp four-cylinder cylinder that is powerful and fun. From our list, I loved the BMW X1; it was as much of a monster as any supercar I’d ever had the chance to drive, and I would have happily bought one. Moreover, the Mazda MX-5 Miata and the Ford mustang are also pretty good options if you are going for a more day-to-day type of car.

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