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

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

Words ByClaire Evans

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4. BMW M3

The M3 is one of the most hardcore high-performance saloons on the market, rewarding those who take it by the scruff of the neck. And yet it's also a surprisingly practical choice, with plenty of space for four and decent fuel economy when driven more sedately.

Target Price from £54,901

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3. Audi TT Coupé

The TT Coupé is even better than the Roadster, feeling that bit sharper to drive and offering greater practicality, thanks to its two extra seats and more usable boot. It's been our Coupé of the Year for the past three years.

Target Price from £26,084

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2. Porsche 718 Boxster

Between 2013 and 2016, the Boxster was our Sports Car of the Year. Beautifully built and sensational to drive, it's still the number one choice if you're looking for open-air thrills.

Target Price from £45,313

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