Amazing Affordable Cars That Will Make You Feel Rich
Right from its inception, Mustang has always been a style symbol. 2003 signaled a return to classic styling for the Mustang. In the '90s, they were a Mustang in name and grill icon only. This Mustang is the real deal not only in looks, but the power plant under the hood throws down a hefty amount of force. With the same 4.6L DOHC V-8 used in the SVT Cobra model (minus the supercharger), the Mach 1 produces 305 horsepower and sprints from 0-60mph in 5.3 seconds lending even more credibility to this brand's resurgence. A perfect car for you.
#9 2000 Chevrolet Corvette <$13,000
Trust me, buy this car and lead your life like a king in front of your neighbors. To find a turn of the century model year Corvette, you will be required to make due with a mileage heavy vehicle in order to get a cheap deal. However, considering that the C5 came with a 5.7L V8 engine that cranked out 345 horsepower, you should understand that this car was not built to sit idle. It was built to drive. So just buy this.
#8 2005 Lexus IS300 <$15,000
Lexus has always been a dream car for a huge mass. The 2005 version of the IS300 can be had for under $15,000, but you will receive a much more dependable used car than most on the secondhand market. Safety is one of Lexus's top priorities. The IS300 is equipped with airbags all around the interior and has superior stopping power thanks to an anti-lock braking system. Take heart in the fact that you are the owner of a luxurious ride with premier performance and safety for an affordable price.
#7 2005 Cadillac CTS-V <$12,000
The look of the car says it all. Cadillac is characterized as the classiest American auto brand going, and rightfully so when you take a look at the CTS-V. This sedan is the modern version of Cadillac's sophisticated vision of days gone by. The 2005 model is sleek, the picture of elegance. Suffice it to say, you will have no problem pulling off the impression of affluence.
#6 2003 Nissan 350z <$12,000
Nissan depicts class. A two-seat sports car, the 350z is the poor man's high performance vehicle. No longer in production, model years between 2002 and 2009 can be hand for well under $20,000. However, if you can find a convertible with low mileage, you have hit the jackpot. As a bonus, everyone will think that you have come into a sizable chunk of change as well.
#5 2010 Kia Soul <$10,000
This is class at its best. Don't let it's rudimentary, boxed-out style fool you. The Soul is more than an urbanite's compact dream. This four-door crossover seats five, but also can achieve substantial cargo space when the seats are folded down. However, the real value is in the Soul's entertainment system. A six-speaker sound system pumps out your tunes via a USB iPod connection while you cruise the streets in style.
#4 2009 Mitsubishi Lancer <$10,000
This is Lancer, has to be good! The Lancer takes its design cues from the race track, but it is not an imitation brand race car. The Lancer, particularly the 2009 model, sports a four-cylinder engine and a five-speed manual transmission. If you want to show off your sports car driving aspirations, you need a manual transmission for the appropriate driving experience. Take the Lancer through its paces like you are running Le Mans at a fraction of the cost.
#3 2009 Ford Focus <$10,000
Ford Focus is a perfect example of the simplicity at its best. Similar to the Fiesta, the Focus has moved on from compact, fuel conscious status to a mighty, smaller sport model. The sensibility towards fuel economy remains, but it's no longer just a fun, daily driver. 2009 began the revolution for the Focus brand. Since then, the Focus has established itself as a zippy, economical vehicle which can now be had on the used car market south of $10,000. SO just make this yours ASAP.
#2 2009 Volkswagen Tiguan <$15,000
Volkswagen- Das Auto!!!Everyone is aware about this. And when we talk about this car, A turbocharged 2-liter engine makes the Tiguan one of the most powerful crossovers on the market. The German SUV was made to cater to the American consumer's need for a tough, strong sport utility with all the amenities of a luxury vehicle. Leather seats, complete with lumbar support, will make your ride that much more enjoyable. As close to a sporty luxury vehicle that an SUV can get, the Tiguan is an affordable buy.
#1 2012 Mazda CX-7 <$20,000
Mazda, the name says it all. The CX-7 met its end in 2012 thanks to its poor gas mileage numbers. However, its performance quality can hardly be argued with. A turbocharged engine with a six-speed, automatic transmission, the CX-7 is no slouch for such a large crossover model. You will not quite get the performance out of the CX-7 as you would a Miata, but it is still a decent driver and a vehicle that will definitely make you feel like a million bucks.
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