The 8 Cheapest Sports Cars of 2020

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These Are the Cheapest New Sports Cars You Can Buy

Shopping for a sports car is easier – and less costly – than you may have thought possible. In fact, of the eight sports cars we’ve gathered here, only one has a base price that starts above $30,000.

Don’t feel guilty because you want to indulge in a new set of wheels – especially something fun that doesn’t offer a dozen cup holders or spill-proof seating for kids. Putting a corner-carving, powerful, and head-turning car in your garage or driveway is a great way to reward yourself – and really, who wouldn’t like a reward right about now?

For affordable wind-in-your-hair thrills, the zippy Mazda Miata is a perfect two-passenger roadster. Want some muscle car attitude for minimal cash? The Dodge Challenger, Ford Mustang, and Chevrolet Camaro all have entry-level models that start between $25,000 and $28,000.

Remember, we’re sidestepping optional engines, performance packages, and other extras that send the price shooting skyward. Yes, the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebody is 797-horsepower of tire-melting madness. And it should be, considering it starts around $72,000 – more than double the price of the base Challenger that we'll cover here.

While reading, bear in mind that our reviews are continually updated as new data becomes available. As such, the scores and rankings you see mentioned in this article may not match those elsewhere on our site. 

These vehicles are listed in order from highest to lowest base price. Read on to learn more about these affordable sports cars.

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