- 10.Fiat 500 Abarth 2015 (0 to 100 km / h - 7,3 seconds)
- 9.Porsche Boxter 2006 (6,2 seconds)
- 8. Volkswagen Golf R 2013 (5,7 seconds)
- 7. Volkswagen Golf GTI 2016 (5,6 seconds)
- 6. Porsche 911 Carrera 2000 (5,3 секунды)
- 5. Audi TT S 2013 (5,3 seconds)
- 4. BMW M3 E46 (5,2 seconds)
- 3. 550 BMW 2007i (5,2 seconds)
- 2. Mercedes Benz SLK 55 AMG 2006 (4,9 seconds)
- 1. Audi S4 2010 (4,7 seconds)
Being a fan of fast sports cars is not a cheap hobby. The reality is that it takes a lot of money to buy a beautiful car of this class. Of course, an important factor in this case is the speed, as well as the dynamics you like of the car (acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h).
The fact is that in modern conditions a new sports model will cost a lot of money. However, if a person is ready to compromise (that is, he does not want the car to be new) and has collected an amount of about 20 euros, there are quite interesting proposals on the used car market in Europe. Avtotachki has compiled a list of 000 such proposals:
10. Fiat 500 Abarth 2015 (0 to 100 km / h - 7,3 seconds)
If you thought the Fiat 500 was a girls' car, the Abarth 595 will prove it to you. There may not be a monstrous V8 under the hood, but the 1,4-liter turbo produces 165 horsepower, and at 910 kilograms, it's a must for real fun.
The front brakes are ventilated and this car is good for both braking and acceleration. For less than 20 thousand euros, you get a car that is not only pleasant to drive, but also low on fuel.
9. Porsche Boxter 2006 (6,2 seconds)
If you like the idea of a relatively cheap Porsche, then the 911's little brother is for you. For that kind of money, you won't get the Boxter S version, but you'll have enough of the base model with a 2,7-liter 236 horsepower engine and a 6-speed manual transmission.
The second generation Boxter is also a convertible. If you prefer a coupe, you can look at its sibling, the Porsche Cayman.
8. Volkswagen Golf R 2013 (5,7 seconds)
If you don't want to drive a front-wheel drive car or the 200 horsepower Golf GTI is not enough, Volkswagen has a solution for you. The R version is powered by a 2,0-horsepower 256-liter engine mated to a 6-speed manual transmission. Unlike the GTI, this version is AWD.
Some people argue that for the same price, you can get a Subaru WRX STI that is faster, more powerful and, according to many, better looking. It's all a matter of taste.
7. Volkswagen Golf GTI 2016 (5,6 seconds)
This is probably the best European hatchback ever built, and one of the fastest 4-cylinder cars. The GTI is a great car in every way, and it comes with both 3 and 5 doors, as well as a manual or automatic transmission. The drive goes to the front wheels, which some consider a disadvantage, but it is not.
Under the hood is a 2,0-liter turbocharged engine producing 210 horsepower. The most avid fans will probably go for the mechanical speed option, but they should be aware that the DSG dual-clutch transmission can shift gears faster than a human.
6. Porsche 911 Carrera 2000 (5,3 секунды)
If you are looking for a classic sports car and are good at bargaining, you can get a good Porsche. Yes, it will be at least 20 years old and probably won't have a turbocharger, but Porsche remains Porsche.
Don't let age fool you, this car offers a lot of technology. It starts with a 3,6 horsepower 6-liter 300-cylinder engine that is installed in the rear. You also get a 6-speed manual transmission with insane brakes, which are especially helpful when cornering.
5. Audi TT S 2013 (5,3 seconds)
The Audi TT looks a bit like the younger brother of the Audi R8. For 20 euros you can get a newer base model, but we recommend going back in time and choosing the TTS. It has the same 000-liter TFSI engine as the base model but makes 2,0 horsepower instead of 270.
The TT S kit also includes a quattro AWD system that guarantees you the best acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h.However, if speed is not among your priorities, you can always get a cheaper TT with a 1,8 or 2,0 engine. XNUMX liters.
4. BMW M3 E46 (5,2 seconds)
The BMW M3 (E46) stands out from even the most impressive cars in history. Its design is timeless (some would argue it is the most beautiful M3 ever made) and even by today's standards, it still has remarkable performance. It is equipped with a 3,2-liter in-line 6-cylinder engine producing 340 horsepower.
The model is available with a 6-speed manual transmission or an automatic with the same number of gears. However, keep in mind that if you find a car for less than 20 euros, it will take quite a while.
3. 550 BMW 2007i (5,2 seconds)
If you have a buck in your pocket and are looking for a great German sedan, the 550i (E60) is your choice. Under the hood is a monstrous 4,8-liter V8 with 370 horsepower. Depending on your preference, you can get it with a manual or automatic transmission, and in both cases it is 6 gears. Some of the E60s currently on sale have a 7-speed automatic transmission (SMG-III).
In addition, the E60 is equipped with many of the popular technologies at the time - Bluetooth, voice commands and GPS. This is the car you get for € 20, but you also have to save on gas!
2. Mercedes 55 Benz SLK 2006 AMG (4,9 seconds)
If you like the idea of a German SUV with a big V8 under the hood, the SLK 55 AMG is the right choice. Its 5,5-liter engine produces 360 horsepower mated to a 7-speed automatic transmission. This gives you an acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h in less than 5 seconds.
The SLK 55 is also one of the cheapest convertibles on the market, offering state of the art equipment for a 15 year old car. It includes keyless access to the salon, as well as heated seats that trigger various settings. This is a great alternative to the already mentioned Porsche models.
1. Audi S4 2010 (4,7 seconds)
Coming back to German sedans, we must admit that the BMW 550i can be considered too big or too old. Audi has a solution - the 4 S2010, which uses a 6 horsepower V333 turbo engine. The engine is mated to a 7-speed S-Tronic transmission, which works in a similar way to the Volkswagen DSG.
The previous generation Audi S4 was also a great car, relying on a V8 engine instead of a V6, so it's a good choice too. The question is which option do you like best.