These days, you do not have to shell out $100k plus to own a nice sports car. Yes, we all dream of owning and driving high-end sports cars like a Lamborghini or Ferrari. But there are a ton of cheap sports cars on the market for the 2015 model year and these vehicles can provide lots of tire-shredding fun. Take, for instance, a middle-of-the-road muscle car or a base model Corvette; these cars can accelerate as fast as many exotic cars at a fraction of the price.
The sports car line has become increasingly blurred over the past decade. In the past, the term “sports car” usually meant a rear-wheel drive vehicle with two seats. Now, there are big V-8 muscle cars, turbocharged sedans, and even some front-wheel drive automobiles that are considered sports cars. And 400 horsepower is still fun, no matter the shape, size, number of seats, or engine configuration. So sit back and strap on your seat belts as we take a look at some of the cheapest sports cars on the market.