The best used sports cars to buy right now (2023)

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Up to £2,500 -Mazda MX-5 (NB)

The second-gen MX-5 is often overlooked simply because it doesn’t have pop up lights, but behind those fixed lamps is a car that retains the essence of the original. It’s light and nimble in a way that its successor, the NC, couldn’t quite match, plus you could get it with a decent 148hp in later 1.8-litre versions of the roadster. In fact, the NB’s underpinnings were largely carried over from the sought-after original, yet still it’s the cheaper of the two. All for the lights…

As is the case with most (if not all) MX-5s, the NB represented great value as a new car and even more so as a used buy. MX-5s of all generations are known for their near bulletproof reliability and low running costs. However, you’ll want to keep an eye out for rust, which can build up along the skirts, wheel wells and rear sub frame.

There aren’t a whole lot of options at this end of the affordable sports car market, with the only real alternatives being a first-generation Audi TT or a BMW Z3, neither of which can match the driving experience of an MX-5. This 2005 example appears to be completely standard, a pretty rare find for an old and affordable Japanese car. Now as always, the MX-5 proves you don’t need to spend big money to have fun.

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Up to £5,000 -Toyota MR2

There’s arguably no better way to learn the handling quirks of a mid-engined, rear-wheel drive two-seaterthan in the third-generation Toyota MR2. Think about it. For under £5,000 you can get a car with a kerb weight of just 975kg, a fizzy twin cam behind your head and power (albeit a modest 140hp) to the rear wheels - think of it like a slightly heavier, much cheaper Lotus Elise. It might even do some mid-engined snap oversteer on you, too…

We need to talk about reliability, though. Early cars are plagued by pre-cat disintegration that can wreak havoc on the engine. This was solved with the 2002 facelift, along with some upgrades such as larger wheels, a six-speed gearbox instead of the old car’s five, reworked suspension and bracing for the front and rear for added stiffness.

To be fair, it doesn’t quite have the modern edge of a Peugeot RCZ, which has surprisingly dipped below the £5k mark, but that’s a front-wheel drive car based on the Peugeot 308 - not a sub-tonne sportster. Plus, it can only be had as a hardtop. As for the Toyota, this looks about as good as MR2s get: it’s completely stock, has only had one owner over the past 17 years and is an all-important facelift. Plus, you know, all the best convertible sports cars have red seats.

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Up to £10,000 -Porsche Boxster (986)

Admittedly, you could slot a fair chunk of Porsche’s back catalogue into this list. However, it’s hard to ignore the car that not only played a part in saving the company, but can still be had for half the price of a Dacia Sandero. That’s right, for a little over £5k - even after all these years of saying so - you can get your hands on a mid-engined sports car built by the preeminent manufacturer of such things.

Granted, the 986 Boxster isn’t without its foibles and while an early, high mile hero can be had on the cheap, you’ll likely be spending more in the long run. So for our budget we’ve gone for a facelifted version of the soft-topwith a bit more grunt and improved reliability. The S gets a 3.2-litre flat-six producing a decent 260hp, which is just about enough to get the most out of the Boxster’s brilliant chassis.

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This 2003 S may not win any points for originality of spec, but it’s being sold with reams of paperwork, four new Michelins plus a fresh set of discs and pads as well. As one of the later cars most (if not all) the 986 gremlins should have been ironed out, too. Boxsters this good can’t be £10k forever - look what happened to the 924, 944 and 968…

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It wasn’t that long ago when Toyota completely forgot how to make interesting cars while it focused on mass-produced appliances likethe Auris. And Prius. And Avensis. But then in 2012 it remembered how to have fun and launched the brilliant GT86. At a time where carmakers were focusing on horsepower and technology, Toyota launched a simple sports coupe that was just as happy going sideways as it was in a straight line.

Though many may point to sports cars at this money with more characterful engines than the GT86’s gravelly flat four - the Honda S2000, Nissan 350Z, Alfa Brera and even Vauxhall Monaro can be bought for £15k - they’re all getting on a bit now. The GT86 offers the dependability of those dreary modern Toyotas listed above with one of the great modern sports car chassis. Which is why it's so recommendable. Warts - meagre torque, silly tyres, cheap cabin - and all.

We’ve gone towards the higher end of our budget for a low-mileage, early example, but as the GT86 remained mechanically standard throughout its near decade on sale the model year isn’t crucial. A 2017 facelift tweaked the looks and introduced minor chassis changes but is out of budget for the moment. Good job a bone-stock, original ’86 will thrill for many, many years to come.

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Up to £25,000 -Lotus Elise (S2)

You can’t have a best sports car list without mentioning the Lotus Elise. Norfolk’s most recognisable model effectively set the standard on how an affordable (relatively speaking) sports car should feel. Sticking to Colin Chapman’s principle of less is more, the Elise utilised lightweight materials, an uncompromising interior and, on early models at least, no driver aids. Yes, the Exige is the better track car and an Evora is easier to live with, but nothing beats the Elise for an open-top blast along your favourite stretch of road.

Three generations of the Elise were released before Lotus brought production to an end earlier this year close, meaning values now stretch all the way from £10k to £50,000. So we’re going straight down the middle with the Series 2, especially as it’s known as a little less spiky at the absolute limit than the S1. And it’s more affordable than the S3 with which it shares a fair bit.

There were many, many editions of the S2, and finding the right one can be tricky. This 111S falls in our budget, boasting the punchier 160hp K-Series engine. Older versions of the Rover unit were prone to costly head gasket failure, but improved materials now mean this isn’t the terror it’s made out to be. Plus, this one comes in British Racing Green with a tan leather interior – the ultimate spec for a sports car. Or anything, really.

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Up to £40,000 -Audi R8

The Porsche 911 faced its greatest threat in decades when the Audi R8 arrived. In 2022 the mid-mounted 4.2-litre V8 engine might seem a bit too modest with only 420hp to shout about, but it fits into the all-wheel-drive spaceframe like a hand in a glove, especially when attached to the manual six-speed 'box. Moreover,it’s all wrapped up in a package that doesn’t just resemble a supercar but is arguably one of the finest pieces of automotive design of the 21st century.

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It's a design that turns heads to this day and, best of all (as you might have heard) they’re an absolute bargain as a used buy. For £40,000 you’ve got a choice of V8s to choose from, including a few manuals like this 2007 Ice Silver example. Don’t let the 59,000 on the odometer put you off; the V8s with manual gearboxes are reliable, though they can be a little oil hungry.

We’re talking family SUV money here for a sports car that’ll fit right in at asupercar meet up. You won’t find any V10s below £40k, sadly, but the V8 is widely considered to be the most engaging of the lot thanks to its lower weight. Good thing it’s also the most affordable, too.

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Up to £55,000 -Alpine A110

Just as the R8 presented 911 buyers with a bit of a quandary, so too the Alpine A110 threatened the 718 Cayman’s hegemony. As it would turn out, the A110 wasn’t a half-hearted homage to Alpine’s championship-winning rally car; it was a serious (and beautifully executed) attempt at beating Porsche at its own game.

The engine, now in the middle, comes from the RS Megane 280, though the underpinnings are bespoke to the A110. This means that, despite the calls for a manual option, it’s not possible as the car was never conceived with such a thing in mind. Well, that’s the Alpine line, anyway. Consequently, the only option is a seven-speed Getrag dual-clutch transmission, although many believe the DCT suits the seamless nature of the A110 – despite its retro looks. Most importantly, though, it’s utterly magnificent to drive.

With such a generous budget - a new A110 starts at £50k - there are plenty of used examples out there. At little more than £40k there are Alpines like this nicely specced Premiere Edition(with the Sabelt bucket seats), and keen track day goers might be intrigued by this S. It brought more power and stiffer suspension to further ramp up the A110’s abilities on circuit; this 2020 example has covered 5,000 miles and is yours for £52,950. Yes, this is Toyota GR Supra and Jaguar F-Type territory, but nothing beats the A110 on outright class and dynamics.

Up to £75,000 -Porsche 911 Carrera S (991.1)

There was always going to be a 911 on this list, but where to put it? A 996 Carrera can still be bought relatively cheaply, and Mezger-engined 997 GT3s are no less appealing even a decade after the last ones were made. But the first 991 stands out for two reasons: one, it’s the last Carrera offered with a naturally aspirated engine and two, it represented a giant leap for the 911.

Remarkably only the third new 911 platform spanning a then-58-year history, the 991 was a world apart from the 997. Around 90 per cent of the mechanicals were either new or updated, the wheelbase was extended by 100mm, and the old hydraulic power assisted steering was replaced by a new electromechanical system. It was also a little wider and longer than before, yet Porsche somehow managed to ditch 45kg over the old car while retaining the (tiny) rear seats. The purists were up in arms, but there was a lot to like.

With £75,000 to spend you can grab one of the very best pre-turbo 991s. A Carrera S gets our vote, with the larger 3.8-litre flat-six making 50hp more than the 3.4 Carrera, at 400hp. This PDK car had more than £20,000 spent on options when new; some extras might be more desirable than others (who allows these Aerokits, honestly?) but the joy of an 8,000rpm 911 will be more than adequate compensation. Spoilers can come off, too…

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Up to £100,000 -McLaren 570S

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Yes, calling a McLaren 570S a sports car is a bit like saying Mo Farah is a good jogger. But the 570S was officially launched under McLaren’s ‘Sports Series’ banner - aka the entry level to the range - and there are more powerful supercars above it in Woking's pecking order. In reality, of course, it shared all the core principles of the firm’s more senior models, and is powered by a familiar 3.8-litre twin turbocharged V8. On paper, there really wasn’t much in performance at all.

But there are some subtle differences. For instance, the 570S ditched the trick hydraulically linked ProActive Chassis Control of the 650S for conventional springs and dampers, which meant a slightly less magic carpet ride. And there is 'only' 570hp to play with. You can forgot all about that on the road though - McLaren's lesser model is one of the best things it's ever done. And the secondhand price tag is well into used 911 territory.

This 2016 example comes with a load of pricey MSO gear, such as carbon fibre elements on the air intakes and parts of the switchgear. The punchy Lantana Purple paintwork is also an MSO option and gives the car a racier look. All for £90,900. Not bad for a sup… er, sports car.

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Sky’s the limit -Aston Martin V12 Vantage

Remember Clarkson’s review of the V12 Vantage on Top Gear? A fantastic piece of television where words were kept to a minimum while the car’s gorgeous looks and soundtrack, along with some brilliant cinematography, were used to illustrate what was purported to be the end of the Aston V12. Of course, that ultimately proved to be wrong. There have been plenty since that bit aired in 2009. But to be fair to Clarkson, there’s a certain magic about the old V12 that Aston hasn’t quite conjured up since.

It was just so barmy. The 5.9-litre AM11 V12 was Aston’s largest series production engine back then; even detuned from the DBS it was pinched from, the V12 was making 510hp. And the Vantage, until the Toyota iQ-based Cygnet, was its smallest car. Bring those two ingredients together with a standard six-speed manual and fireworks were guaranteed - 0-62mph in 4.1 seconds only told part of the story.

Aston Martin knew it had created something epic, so plenty of V12 specials followed the original. Early versions of the tourer can cost as ‘little’ as £70,000, but the one we’ve got our eye on is the even better V12 Vantage S, with more power, an improved chassis and, after a couple of years, the option of a seven-speed manual alongside the Speedshift paddles. This one looks sensational even by V12 standards, a manual S kitted out with £11k of optional paint and the 600hp power upgrade. Granted, a 911 GT3 Touring will be faster - and if you're truly unencumbered by budgetary restrictions, there are any number of restomods to consider - but few cars match the V12 Vantage for outright theatre. And it’s yours for £170k.

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FAQs

What is the best used performance car to buy? ›

8 of the best used sports cars
  • Porsche Cayman. The sound of a sports car is unlike any other vehicle. ...
  • Audi TT. The Audi TT is consistently one of the most popular used sports cars on the market thanks to its combination of performance and practicality. ...
  • BMW Z4. ...
  • Mazda MX-5. ...
  • Jaguar F-Type. ...
  • Mercedes SLC.
29 Jun 2022

What is the most reliable sports car brand? ›

These Are The 10 Most Reliable Sports Cars To Buy In 2022
  • 8/10 Ford Mustang.
  • 7/10 Chevrolet Camaro.
  • 6/10 Dodge Challenger.
  • 5/10 Hyundai Veloster N.
  • 4/10 Lexus RC F.
  • 3/10 Lexus LC.
  • 2/10 Porsche 911.
  • 1/10 Mazda MX-5 Miata.
1 Oct 2022

What is the number 1 selling sports car? ›

Here are the remainder of the sports cars:
Make/Model2021 SalesVS 2020
1. Chevy Corvette33,04253%
2. Subaru WRX27,14128%
3. Audi A517,1289%
4. BMW 2-Series15,68418%
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17 Jan 2022

What are the top 5 most reliable of used cars to buy? ›

5 of the Most Reliable Used Cars You Can Find
  • Honda Civic. They're sporty, they're simple, and they're one of the most reliable compact cars on the market: there's a reason the Honda Civic is one of the most popular used cars in America! ...
  • Toyota Corolla. ...
  • Chevrolet Silverado 1500. ...
  • Mazda3. ...
  • Honda CR-V.
29 Apr 2022

What cars can last 300k miles? ›

11 Cars That Will Last Longer Than 300,000 Miles
  • 11/11 Volvo P1800.
  • 10/11 Porsche 356.
  • 9/11 Toyota Corolla.
  • 8/11 Honda Accord.
  • 7/11 GMC Yukon XL.
  • 6/11 Toyota Camry.
  • 5/11 Toyota Land Cruiser.
  • 4/11 Ford F-150.
21 Oct 2022

What is the highest reliable car? ›

What are the most reliable car brands?
  • Lexus. This brand stays at the top, year after year. ...
  • Toyota. Many Toyota models are among the most popular cars worldwide because they are affordable, dependable, and easy to maintain.
  • Mazda. ...
  • Kia. ...
  • Honda. ...
  • Buick. ...
  • Hyundai.
14 Jun 2022

Which sport car lasts most Miles? ›

10 Sports Cars Proven To Last Over 200,000 Miles
  • 8/10 Porsche 911 (991.2)
  • 7/10 Subaru WRX STI.
  • 6/10 Honda S2000.
  • 5/10 Audi TT.
  • 4/10 Chevrolet Corvette C5.
  • 3/10 Ford Mustang.
  • 2/10 Toyota Supra MkIV.
  • 1/10 Subaru BRZ.
3 May 2022

What is the easiest sports car to maintain? ›

Check Out These Low-Maintenance Sports Cars Even We Can Afford
  • 15/15 Mazda Miata.
  • 14/15 Pontiac GTO.
  • 13/15 Hyundai Veloster N.
  • 12/15 BMW 3-Series (E30)
  • 11/15 Chevrolet Corvette.
  • 10/15 Ford Mustang.
  • 9/15 Nissan 350Z.
  • 8/15 Dodge Challenger.
11 May 2020

What brand of car lasts the longest? ›

Toyota earns the top spot as the best automaker for dependability. Toyota vehicles are known for their longevity, and they are proven to last longer than any other brand. Toyotas are built so well they have below-average maintenance and repair costs, which helps contribute to why they remain on the road for so long.

What car holds its value longest? ›

Cars that hold their value the most
RankCar ModelAverage 3 Year Depreciation Rate
1Toyota Tacoma21.93%
2Ford F-Series24.48%
3Ford Ranger24.48%
4Tesla Model 324.79%
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23 Jun 2022

What car brand loses the least value? ›

Vehicles That Depreciated the Least in 3 years
Top 10 Vehicles with the Lowest Three-Year Depreciation - iSeeCars Study
RankModelDepreciation
1Mercedes-Benz G-Class0.6%
2Honda Civic1.4%
3Subaru Crosstrek1.9%
8 more rows
8 Nov 2022

What is the most fun sports car to drive? ›

10 cars that are the most fun to drive: Alfa Romeo Giulia. BMW 3 Series.
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  1. Alfa Romeo Guilia. ...
  2. BMW 3 Series. ...
  3. Ford Fiesta ST. ...
  4. Ford Mustang. ...
  5. Hyundai i30 N. ...
  6. Mazda MX-5. ...
  7. Porsche Cayman. ...
  8. Tesla Model 3.
25 Aug 2022

What is good cheap supercar? ›

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  • Chevrolet Corvette. ...
  • Nissan GT-R. ...
  • Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye. ...
  • BMW M8 Competition. ...
  • Acura NSX. ...
  • Porsche 911. ...
  • Audi R8.
29 Jun 2022

What is the fastest car under 50k? ›

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  • 2022 Hyundai Veloster N. ...
  • 2022 Volkswagen GTI. ...
  • 2022 Volkswagen Golf R. ...
  • 2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5. ...
  • 2022 Toyota Supra 2.0. ...
  • 2022 Dodge Challenger R/T Scat Pack. ...
  • 2023 Mini Cooper John Cooper Works.
31 Oct 2022

What is the number 1 most bought car? ›

Ford F-150

What used cars are selling the fastest right now? ›

The Tesla Model Y is the #1 fastest-selling used car, taking an average of 24.9 days to sell, according to iSeeCars.
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Which Used Cars Are Selling the Fastest?
Rank/Vehicle ModelAverage Days To SellAverage Price
1. Tesla Model Y24.9$69,784
2. Toyota Prius Prime25.1$31,867
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9 Sept 2022

Which used cars have the least problems? ›

9 of the most reliable cars
  1. Toyota Corolla (Top-rated compact car) ...
  2. Hyundai Sonata (Top-rated midsize car) ...
  3. Chevrolet Impala (Top-rated large car) ...
  4. Buick Envision (Top-rated compact SUV) ...
  5. Hyundai Sante Fe (Top-rated midsize SUV) ...
  6. Chevrolet Suburban (Top-rated large SUV) ...
  7. Toyota Sienna (Top-rated minivan)
20 Sept 2022

What car brand has least problems? ›

The most reliable car brands - and the least
  • Kia. Reliability rating: 95.8% ...
  • Mazda. Reliability rating: 95.9% ...
  • Mitsubishi. Reliability rating: 96.9% ...
  • Dacia. Reliability rating: 97.3% ...
  • Lexus. Reliability rating: 98.7% ...
  • Alfa Romeo. Reliability rating: 86.5% ...
  • Land Rover. Reliability rating: 82.5% ...
  • Fiat. Reliability rating: 82.0%
6 Aug 2022

Which is the best car to buy second hand? ›

Recommended Cars
  • 2019 Honda City. i-VTEC CVT V. ₹ 10,45,000. ...
  • 2020 Hyundai Venue. SX Turbo. ₹ 9,75,000. ...
  • 2018 Hyundai Creta. 1.6 SX. ₹ 11,71,000. ...
  • 2022 Maruti S-Presso. LXI CNG 2019-2022. ₹ 5,48,000. ...
  • 2018 Tata Nexon. 1.2 Revotron XM. ...
  • 2019 Tata Harrier. XZ Dark Edition BSIV. ...
  • 2021 Tata Tigor. XE. ...
  • 2017 Jeep Compass. 2.0 Longitude Option BSIV.

Can a car last 500000 miles? ›

Depending on how well you treat your car, you could potentially reach over 500,000 miles. In fact, there's a driver whose car reached even more than that.

At what mileage should you get rid of your car? ›

30,000 to 60,000 Miles

It's a good idea to sell your car before it hits 60,000 miles if you don't want to spend a lot of money on repairs and replacement parts. During this mileage bracket, your car should be about five years old, meaning it'll still command a substantial amount.

Can a car last up to 500 000 miles? ›

The current quality of high-mileage used cars ultimately comes down to its maintenance. A 500,000-mile used car or truck has obviously seen its fair share of wear and tear but if the damages wear repaired immediately and the parts were changed when they were supposed to, the vehicle is bound to survive long.

What are the most unreliable cars? ›

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  • 2022 Chevrolet Suburban. ...
  • 2022 Volvo XC90. ...
  • 2022 Land Rover Defender. ...
  • 2022 Volkswagen Atlas. ...
  • 2022 Audi A6. ...
  • 2022 Audi Q8. ...
  • 2022 Mercedes-Benz GLB.
21 Oct 2022

What cars run good with high mileage? ›

Top 5 High Mileage and Reliable Cars
  1. Toyota Land Cruiser. Percentage of cars that reach 200,000 miles: 18.2%
  2. Toyota Sequoia. Percentage of cars that reach 200,000 miles: 14.2%
  3. Chevrolet Suburban. Percentage of cars that reach 200,000 miles: 6.6%
  4. GMC Yukon XL. Percentage of cars that reach 200,000 miles: 5.2%
  5. Toyota 4Runner.
25 Aug 2022

Are sports cars worth buying? ›

They perform well. Believe it or not, there's a second practical reason that sports cars are a good choice—they make driving less of a chore! Sports cars are designed for performance, and to that end, they beat out even the best sedans in terms of controllability, speed, and handling.

Which engine lasts longest? ›

Of course, who could forget the ever-lasting Lexus 1UZFE engine? This engine is known to reach a million miles and remain smooth-running. The 1UZFE was known to be placed in Lexus' flagship car, the LS400.

What is considered a high mileage car? ›

What is considered high-mileage? Typically, putting 13,000 to 14,000 miles on your car per year is viewed as “average.” A car that is driven more than that is considered high-mileage. With proper maintenance, cars can have a life expectancy of about 200,000 miles.

How can I make my car last 300000 miles? ›

The key to making your vehicle last 300,000 miles or more is regular maintenance. That means changing your oil at the recommended intervals and following the manufacturer's maintenance schedule. It's all there in that extremely valuable but underutilized piece of literature in your glove box.

What years does a car lose most value over time? ›

Cars lose the most value in the first year, and depreciation continues for about five years. A car can lose up to 20% of its value in the first year, and over the first five years fall to around 40% from the original price. That means it loses about 15% of the value each year after the first year.

Why are used sports cars so expensive right now? ›

Used Car Prices Are At An All-Time High

The global chip shortage is the primary reason used cars are so expensive right now. With the limited production and availability of new vehicles, private sellers and dealerships are searching for more used vehicles to supplement their inventories.

What sports car should I buy in 2022? ›

Best Sports Cars for 2022 and 2023
  • 2022 Ford Mustang.
  • 2023 Subaru BRZ.
  • 2022 Mazda MX-5 Miata.
  • 2023 Toyota GR86.
  • 2022 Dodge Challenger.
  • 2023 Nissan Z.
  • 2022 Chevrolet Camaro.

What cars dont depreciate fast? ›

  • These 10 Vehicles Hold Their Value Better Than Most. The vehicles that hold their value best over five years are those that don't change a lot from year to year. ...
  • Nissan Frontier. Average Five-Year Depreciation: 43.5% ...
  • GMC Canyon. ...
  • Dodge Challenger. ...
  • Subaru WRX. ...
  • Toyota 4Runner. ...
  • Toyota Tundra. ...
  • Porsche 911.
23 Apr 2021

What cars are best for holding their value? ›

The five new cars that hold their value the best
  1. Porsche 911.
  2. Lamborghini Urus.
  3. Volkswagen Multivan.
  4. Porsche 718.
  5. Land Rover Defender.
13 Nov 2022

What is the least liked car brand? ›

The Least Liked Car Brands
  1. Infiniti (43/100) Infiniti was America's least-liked car brand in 2022, scoring just 43 out of 100 overall. ...
  2. Cadillac (56/100) Cadillac didn't do badly on driving, comfort, and style, but it only managed 56 points, placing it second to last. ...
  3. Acura (57/100) ...
  4. Nissan (59/100) ...
  5. Buick (61/100)
9 Nov 2022

What is the best sports car to buy in 2022? ›

Best Luxury Sports Cars for 2022 and 2023
  • 2022 Chevrolet Corvette.
  • 2023 Audi R8.
  • 2022 Porsche Cayman.
  • 2022 Porsche Boxster.
  • 2022 Porsche 911.
  • 2023 BMW 8-Series.
  • 2021 Lexus LC.
  • 2022 Lexus LC.

What is the fastest stock car right now? ›

The 25 Fastest Production Cars in the World Right Now
  • Hennessey Venom GT — 270.4 MPH. ...
  • Koenigsegg Agera RS — 277.8 MPH. ...
  • Koenigsegg Jesko—278 MPH (Claimed) ...
  • SSC Tuatara — 295 MPH. ...
  • Hennessey Venom F5 — 300+ MPH (Claimed) ...
  • Bugatti Bolide—311 MPH (Claimed) ...
  • Bugatti Chiron Super Sport — 304.7 MPH.
2 Nov 2022

What is the fastest selling used car in 2022? ›

Fastest-Selling Used Vehicles
Top 20 Fastest-Selling Used Vehicles in June 2022 - iSeeCars Study
RankVehicleAverage Days to Sell
1Tesla Model Y24.9
2Toyota Prius Prime25.1
3Ford Mustang Mach-E26.8
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17 Jul 2022

Will 2022 be a better year to buy a car? ›

While soaring used car prices are bad for those who can't afford a new car, they may mean 2022 is a good time to buy a car for those with a vehicle to trade in. A high trade-in price means added capital that can help reduce the finance share of purchasing a new car.

What is the fastest used car for the money? ›

Well, we've listed 10 of the fastest used cars that you can buy for under $20,000 and have a good time with them.
  • 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata. Mazda. ...
  • 2006 BMW M3 E46. BMW. ...
  • 2016 Dodge Charger. Dodge. ...
  • 2014 Chevrolet Camaro SS. Chevrolet. ...
  • 2017 Volkswagen Golf GTI. Volkswagen. ...
  • 2004 Pontiac GTO. ...
  • 2015 BMW 328i. ...
  • 2008 Impreza Subaru WRX STi.
13 Oct 2022

What is the fastest 4 door sports car? ›

These Are The 10 Fastest 4-Door Sedans Money Can Buy
  • 6/10 2022 Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing (200 MPH)
  • 5/10 2022 Maserati Ghibli Trofeo (203 MPH)
  • 4/10 Dodge Charger Hellcat Redeye (203 MPH)
  • 3/10 2022 BMW Alpina B7 (205 MPH)
  • 2/10 Aston Martin Rapide AMR (210 MPH)
  • 1/10 Bentley Flying Spur Mulliner (207 MPH)
22 Aug 2022

What's the best car in the world? ›

Top 10 cars in the world - Overall
NameTop Speed0-100 kmh
Ford GT348 kmh/216 mph3.3 seconds
Lamborghini Aventador SVJ350 kmh/217 mph2.8 seconds
Aston Martin Valhalla354 kmh/220 mph2.5 seconds
Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+482.80 kmh/300 mph2.4 seconds
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What car reaches 400 mph? ›

A pro Forza Horizon Racing gamer upgraded the Jesko for this incredible speed run. Although some hypercars -- like those from Bugatti and probably Koenigsegg -- can go as fast as 300 mph in the real world, reaching 400 mph is a fantasy, for now.

What car brand lasts the longest? ›

Toyota earns the top spot as the best automaker for dependability. Toyota vehicles are known for their longevity, and they are proven to last longer than any other brand. Toyotas are built so well they have below-average maintenance and repair costs, which helps contribute to why they remain on the road for so long.

What car gives the least amount of problems? ›

The most reliable car brands - and the least
  • Kia. Reliability rating: 95.8% ...
  • Mazda. Reliability rating: 95.9% ...
  • Mitsubishi. Reliability rating: 96.9% ...
  • Dacia. Reliability rating: 97.3% ...
  • Lexus. Reliability rating: 98.7% ...
  • Alfa Romeo. Reliability rating: 86.5% ...
  • Land Rover. Reliability rating: 82.5% ...
  • Fiat. Reliability rating: 82.0%
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