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Lovers of precision engineering and finely-tuned performance are accustomed to paying high prices. The advanced engineering necessary to create a fast, powerful, and safe sports car is expensive. However, used car Shoppers who appreciate these high-performance vehicles clean up with savings.

The controversial Porsche that could be your dream come true

The Porsche 911 Carrera is not the most popular version of this legendary sports car. The 996 generation Porsche 911 was produced between 1998 and 2004. It initially retailed for $90,000. Used models can be found today for less than $20,000. Many consider the 911 to be the greatest sports car of all time. Owning this Legend is more affordable than you might think. 

This legendary sports car has always delivered on value

The Chevy Corvette is one of the best deals in the sports car market. Dollar-for-dollar you genuinely get the most bang for your buck. The Corvette offers the same power and performance as vehicles worth four times more. Therefore, fans of the Corvette can find a sixth-generation model produced between 2005 and 2013 for just over $16,000. This is a considerable markdown from its original price tag of $50,000 when brand new.

The cheapest used Porsche around

In 2005 the 987 Porsche Boxster released its second generation. The Boxster hit the market at the same time as the more expensive 911. Well-maintained models can be found starting at around $16,500. From 2005 to 2012, the 987 Boxster sold for approximately $60,000. 

A rapidly depreciating sports car legend

1987 BMW M5 | National Motor Museum/Heritage Images/Getty Images

Car and Driver called this “the most desirable sedan in the world.” This sleek and comfortable machine is valued at more than $100,000 new. E39 + E60 Generations released between 1998 through 2010 have been rapidly decreasing in price. Buyers can find the M5 for as little as $14,000, making it one of the cheapest used sports cars available. 

Classic luxury and style don’t need to break the bank

In 1985 the Turbo R from Bentley retailed at a whopping $200,000 brand new. This high-performance luxury car has depreciated more than 90% And can now be found for around $18,000. It’s estimated that there are only 7000 Bentley Turbo Rs in existence. Buy this piece of automotive history for a song.

A used V12 engine anyone can afford


The Fastest-Selling Used Sports Cars in the U.S. Are Japanese

For a powerful engine under 10 grand, look no further than the BMW 850ci. 1990’s versions of the 322 horsepower sports car is a steal. Drivers can travel at speeds of up to 187 miles per hour behind the wheel of this stylish classic, and at an affordable price, anyone can. 

One man’s depreciation is another man’s gain

Vehicles rapidly lose value from the moment they’re first purchased. Sports cars suffer some of the most drastic depreciation of any vehicles on the market. Jaguars are particularly susceptible to this loss of value. In 2012 a supercharged XJ would cost buyers $90,000. This powerful and lightweight sports car is now available for under $20,000.