10 Cheapest New Sports Cars in 2017

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Sporty Performance on a Budget

You don’t have to spend a fortune to get a nice sports car. For around $25,000, give or take, there are plenty of options that range from two-seat convertibles to compact sedans and versatile hot hatches.

We feature a varied list of cars in the following slideshow that emphasize sporty driving dynamics and should suit many preferences, all while not breaking the bank. We have done the research for you, so you simply have to determine your priorities and decide which sports car is the best fit.

If practicality isn’t a necessity, a two-seat convertible roadster like the Mazda Miata or the Fiat 124 Spider would be a solid choice. Perhaps you’re in the market for a sporty car that has room for the family and cargo? A hot hatch like the Volkswagen GTI or a muscle car like the Dodge Challenger could both suffice.

The following reviews and scores are based on the data that drives U.S. News Best Cars rankings. Read through the following slides to learn about the most inexpensive sports cars for 2017.

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