Fastest Cars Under 30k
Do you feel the requirement for speed? Sports cars normally ring a bell when contemplating fast cars, however, speed and spryness can be found in compact cars and sedans as well. Power doesn’t need to be expensive either. How about we look under the hood to perceive what fast cars we can discover for under $30,000.
2017 Toyota GT86:
The Toyota GT86 lies at the sportier end of the spectrum. It has firm suspension that resists body roll well and a revvy 200hp 2.0-litre petrol engine that encourages you to wring its neck to get the best from it. It has a pair of rear seats but even small children won’t be impressed with the very limited legroom – these are best used as extra storage. The GT86’s interior feels rugged but can’t match the upmarket cabins of more premium cars on this list.
2017 Dodge Challenger:
It’s love at first sight. The Dodge Challenger has movie star looks, cowboy attitude, and athletic performance, all rolled up into one. The Challenger SXT can be yours for under $30,000.
2017 Fiat 124 Spider:
Put the top down and grab a friend. Time to go cruising in the Fiat 124 Spider. This two-seat roadster brings the athletic handling and performance, plus surprisingly good fuel economy. The 124 Spider is ranked No. 4 in sports cars, with all three trims starting under $30K.
2017 Volkswagen GTI SE:
About to enter its fourth decade, the Volkswagen GTI is still a leader in the hot-hatch segment it helped create. While many vehicles go up and down in terms of quality and performance over the years, the GTI has aged remarkably gracefully, and today it’s among the best picks for a well-built, fun, and capable hatchback. Power for the two-door SE model comes from the familiar turbo-charged 2.0 liter inline-four, and all 210 horses’ worth of power can be mated to either a six-speed manual or automatic transmission. The SE also comes with standard amenities like a touchscreen infotainment system, backup camera, and sunroof. For pricing, it squeaks just under the threshold at $29,520.
It’s not a sports car, but when you drive it, you may think you’re in one. The Mazda6, ranked No. 3 in midsize cars, puts the fun in family sedan. Mazda also enjoys its status as the winner of the 2017 Best Car Brand.
2017 Chevrolet Camaro
The Chevrolet Camaro celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. Ranked No. 2 in sports cars, the iconic Camaro offers three models and four engines, all with road-gripping power. This muscle car weighs less than its predecessors, and reviewers give its performance thumbs-up across the board.
2017 Ford Mustang:
For around $30,000, you have choices in the iconic Ford Mustang lineup, including a convertible. The Mustang is ranked No. 3 in sports cars. Beyond a variety of engines, America’s auto sweetheart has a well-appointed interior, high safety ratings, and modern safety features.