Top Affordable Fast Motors

What about driving a high-performance used cars ni vehicle that didn’t cost you an arm and a leg to own! Well, it’s possible, and yes, in our lifetime. Below is a list of several motors that are not only fun to drive but covert reasonably small price tags.

BMW M135i

As odd as it seems, to have such a model feature in this list, this is a £30,000 BMW model that has the speeds you dream about. Underneath, the car carries a 3.0 litre turbocharged straight six petrol engine. The engine produces 316bhp and 450N of torque.

Moreover, it’s a rear drive and other than letting its tail loose, it is also a stable car. The model comes in a three or five-door preference and you can choose between six-speed manual transmission and an eight-speed automatic transmission.

Ford Fiesta ST

The drive feels nimble, quick and surprisingly incredibly fun for a car in its price range. The car is powered by a 1.6 litre turbocharged petrol engine. The car features three trim levels set at a difference price of £1,000.

The ST-2 trim comes with additional options including; heated seats, keyless start and the top trim ST-3 is equipped with every kind of kit necessary to you.

SEAT Leon Cupra

A close Golf GTi Cousin, this is a vehicle that offers similar levels of grip. The car produces more power and has the same handling as the Golf, albeit a little less pricey than its cousin.

You choose between two versions; Cupra 265 that produces 265 metric horsepower and the Cupra 280 that emits 280 metric horsepower. The price between the two differ with £1,250. The 280 comes with extra options including; satellite navigation, big wheels and five-door option.

The 265 model comes with a manual transmission only and is also a three door model.

Ford Focus ST Estate

The incredibly fast Ford Focus Estate is picking up from where its little brother (The hatchback) left off, and this model comes will a 2.0 litre turbocharged petrol engine. It produces 246bph and 340Nm of torque.

The model has a big boot and despite the fact that it’s a thirsty machine, it provides the user with plenty of fun on the road.

Nissan 370Z

To be honest, its rough round the edges, but this makes the model more fun. Fit with a 3.7 litre V6 engine, with the drive going back to the rear, the model is equipped with a six-speed manual gearbox. Fans of “Macho” compare it to an old-fashioned hairy-chested sports vehicle.

Has a short kit base, however, it’s reasonably priced at a little less than £27,000. It kicks in well over 300bhp and accelerates from 0-60mph within five seconds. The unfortunate bit is its thirst for fuel and high CO2 emissions that will cost you a bit of tax.

Skoda Octavia vRS

Has a higher top speed than the famed Golf GTi from Volkswagen. Comes in petrol and diesel models with a 2.0-litre 217bhp petrol engine. The diesel engine emits 182bph. The diesel model costs a little more than the petrol engine but it is a fast economic model.