Best and worst sports cars for less than Β£60,000

Which sports cars should you consider buying and which should you avoid? From performance saloons to coupΓ©s and convertibles, we have the answers

Words By Claire Evans

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7. BMW M2

If you're looking for a sports coupΓ© that's also surprisingly practical, the BMW M2 should definitely be on your shortlist. An enhanced version of the already rapid M240i, it has a 365bhp 3.0-litre straight-six petrol engine under the bonnet and is the kind of car that you’ll be looking for excuses to drive.

Target Price from Β£44,430

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6. Audi TT Roadster

One of the more affordable options on this list, the latest TT Roadster dives into bends, grips hard and suffers from barely any body lean. There's a wide range of engines to choose from, too, and as long as you need only two seats, it's surprisingly practical.

Target Price from Β£27,681

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5. Mazda MX-5

On an even tighter budget? No problem, because the latest Mazda MX-5 offers an outstanding ride and handling balance at an even smaller price. True, the engine needs to be revved hard, but that's all part of the fun.

Target Price from Β£18,007

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