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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 ByClaire Evans

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1. Porsche 718 Cayman

Beautifully built and an absolute joy to drive, the Porsche 718 Cayman is the best sports car you can buy today. Even if you've got a budget of more than Β£60,000, we'd recommend going for a Cayman and pocketing the change.

Target Price from Β£43,452

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The sub-Β£60k sports cars to avoid

Mercedes-Benz SLC

A refresh of the old SLK, the Mercedes-Benz SLC is a refined and well-equipped two-seater. Unfortunately, it's not much fun to drive, which is a serious flaw in a sports car.

Target Price from Β£25,049

Read our full Mercedes-Benz SLC review


Nissan 370Z

The 370Z coupΓ© is noisy, its interior feels cheap and running costs are high. Sharp looks and a rather tuneless V6 petrol engine can't save this sporty Nissan.

Target Price from Β£28,088

Read our full Nissan 370Z review


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