Not all performance cars live in the top-dollar end of the automotive marketplace. Sure, supercars are fun, but they’re also really expensive, and they don’t necessarily fit the bill as everyday drivers. What’s more, we firmly believe that you can have all sorts of performance thrills in the budget class, too (we’re looking at you, Mazdaspeed3).
In this list, we detail ten cars that really get you the most bang for your buck. Some of these aren’t the most wallet-friendly of cars, but when it comes down to what class they compete in, you’d be hard pressed to find something just as good for the same price.
Of course, there are many more performance bargains than just these ten examples, and we invite you to sound off with your own opinions, in comments.
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