Sometimes we need a little escape in these trying times, and this article should serve as that relief. We are all in major transitional periods right now. For some people, this means you are in need of a new vehicle. We have covered lower price points earlier this year, but this one is for the people looking for a longer-term vehicle. Now, in an effort to keep it interesting, we will be looking at a video specifically about sports cars. I know, $25,000 doesn’t seem like much for a sports car, but this video should prove that you can get a lot of speed– and sex appeal– at this budget. There are many great choices, but here are the coolest cars you can buy for $25,000.
No matter how far into this video you got, you’ve seen something you’ll like. There are absolute highway bullets, quick little cars that will kill it on mountain roads, and a few that even have a hint of luxury. With so many options, I may have made your car search a little harder– and I’m okay with that. I love showing people exactly how much car they can get for their money, and I love it even more when I’m talking about fun cars. Almost every car on this list is unbelievably fun, and most are great values. Many people don’t realize exactly how little it takes, in the way of money, to get a soulful sports car. Now, is it the right move for you?
This depends what your goals are, and your personal vehicle needs. I’m not one of those people that claims you can’t daily-drive a sports car. In fact, my current daily driver is the red 1997 Corvette pictured below. I got that car for $5,500 and I love everything about it. Now, I don’t tend to give people rides in my car, and I don’t tend to use cargo space. If you have kids you need to tow around, or you consistently need to keep a lot in the trunk, some of these cars may not be for you. While a few may meet your needs, you may want something with more space and comfort. Additionally, if you have never driven a sports car for over an hour at a time, make sure you can handle them on long road trips. sometimes the harsh, stiff ride doesn’t lend itself well to long commutes.
So, make sure you make the right decision for yourself, and that you test drive a few cars first. Some of these sports cars are very comfortable, but not as quick. Some are fast, but not very reliable. Do your due diligence and confirm that the car you want meets your needs. Most importantly, get something you are proud to be seen in, and something that captures your personality.