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Top High Performance Cars That Won’t Break The Bank

Updated September 21, 2015

If you want to purchase a high-performance car at some point in the future, you’ll need to perform a lot of research. The last thing you want to do is spend the best part of £100,000 on something that doesn’t quite cut the mustard. For that reason, it will make sense for you to read through lots of articles online that contain expert advice. Price is also a major factor when considering automobiles of this class. While some will put you in debt for the rest of your natural life, there are some budget solutions you might like to take a look at. At the end of the day, it all comes down to your personal preference and the size of your bank balance.

 

There are lots of websites that publish posts about high-performance cars, and so it is a good idea for you to start learning more today. When all’s said and done, you’re probably not going to buy a car of this nature from the second-hand market. So, you will always get a decent manufacturer warranty with your purchase. That is just one advantage of getting your car from a registered dealership rather than a cowboy.

 

Toyota GT 86

Toyota GT 86

After looking at the Toyota Autohouse offers earlier, we got in touch with the company to find out how many people purchase Toyota GT 86 models each year. Unsurprisingly, the figure was pretty low. Does that mean the car is no good? Of course not; it’s just that it is a considerable purchase that requires a lot of forethoughts. Producing 35 miles to the gallon, this vehicle will set you back around £25,000. While that is a lot of money, it is much less than you would expect to pay for high-end models from the likes of Mercedes-Benz or BMW as you will soon see.

 

F86 BMW X6 M

F86 BMW X6 M

 

 

 

The new F86 BMW X6 M has been stunning motor enthusiasts around the world since it was spotted driving on European roads earlier this year. With an astonishing 576 bhp, you can safely assume this vehicle is very impressive. It can reach speeds of 0 to 60mph in less than five seconds, and it’s a few inches larger than its nearest competitor. The only downside to selecting this model? It won’t be unveiled officially until the spring of 2015 in LA. That means the price has not yet been released. However, experts are predicting it will lie within the £40,000 to £70,000 price range.

 

Ford Mustang RTR

Ford Mustang RTR

Ford has been one of the world’s most-respected carmakers for many years. That is because the design team is dedicated to providing excellent vehicles at knockdown prices. Their latest Mustang model is due to be released in the new year, and it’s been causing a huge stir online. We can expect to see a 5.0litre V8 engine with no less than 750 bhp. If you want to impress your friends, the Mustang is the way to go. Of course, you’re going to need £60,000 to get this beauty on your driveway though.


You should now have a better idea about the high-performance cars, and which you should select. As we said at the start of this post, there is little point in putting yourself in debt for the rest of your life by buying a new Lamborghini or Ferrari. The budget solutions are your best choice.

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