The Hottest Sports Cars Under $100,000

Hot sports cars always look too expensive for most of us. That's one of the reasons they are so desirable. They are the "unattainable" fun-to-drive vehicles that we can only appreciate from afar, right? Wrong. There is a nice, long list of very hot sports cars that are easily attainable for less than $100,000. Take a look at all the wonderful possibilities.


What are the hottest 2017-2018 sports cars for less than $100,000?

Porsche and Lexus are at the top of this list. Yes, that's right, you can drive a hot new Porsche or Lexus sports car for under $100K. Porsche's 911 Carrera is the cheaper of the two, with a base price of $91,100. A 2018 Lexus LC or Luxury Coupe 500 is an equally hot sports car with a starting price of $92,000. The LC 500h has a base price of $96,510.<br><br>Mercedes-Benz, BMW, and Lotus all have very nice sports cars for under $100K. The Mercedes SL-class starts out at $87,945. The BMW 6-series has a base price of just $87,695. A Lotus Evora 400 slides in just under the limit with a base price of $91,785.<br><br>Jaguar is very easy on the wallet with the hot F-type. Their base MSRP is only $59,900 for the lowest-level F-type Coupe. An F-type convertible starts out at $63,000. Even the F-type 400 Sport Convertible is under $100,000 with a base price of $92,600. <br><br>Always dreamed of driving an Alfa Romeo for under $100,000? Try the Alfa Romeo 4C for only $57,495. <br><br>The Ford Mustang can be purchased for under $60,000. The 2018 Mustang Shelby GT350 starts out at $57,145. The base price for the Shelby GT350R is $64,645.<br><br>The Chevrolet Camaro and Corvette are both top-rated sports cars that come in well under $100,000. Base price for the Camaro ZL1 is just $62,135. The Corvette is only $56,445 for the base model, and the Corvette Z06 starts at $80,445. <br><br>Dodge's contribution to the hottest sports cars under $100,000 list is the Charger SRT and SRT Hellcat with a base price of $67,645. The new 2018 Challenger SRT Hellcat Widebody has a base price of $72,590, and the Challenger SRT Demon starts out at $84,995. <br><br>Audi is on the list, too, with the very hot, well-equipped TT RS for just $65,875.


Are there any good sports cars for around $50,000?

Yes, there are some nice sports cars for between $50,000 and $60,000. Porsche's 718 Cayman starts out at $54,950, and the 718 Boxster is $57,050. <br><br>You can get a basic 2018 Mustang for under $30,000. A 2018 GT Premium Convertible Mustang starts out at $44,595. <br><br>The basic 2018 Chevy Camaro starts out at $26,900. A 2018 Camaro 2LT rear-wheel drive convertible is only $36,695.<br><br>A 2018 Dodge Challenger with the base trim starts out at $26,995. The 2018 Charger base trim is only $27,995.


What are the best sports cars for the money?

The Porsche 718 Boxster, Chevrolet Corvette, Porsche 718 Cayman, Chevrolet Camaro and Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 and GT350R are the best sports cars for the money, based on ratings and reviews done by Car and Driver. They all made their Top Ten sports car list. They also won Car and Driver's Editor's Choice Award. The Porsche 911, Chevrolet Corvette Z06, Chevrolet Camaro ZL1, Dodge Charger SRT and SRT Hellcat, Dodge Challenger SRT and SRT Hellcat and the Jaguar F-type won Car and Driver's Editor's Choice Award.

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