Hot sports cars

3 Hot Sports Cars

The muscle car era of old is long gone, but in its place are a
pack of “modern marvels” that can tear up any track! The
Mercedes SLR McLaren, Porsche 911 Turbo S Cabriolet, and the
Nissan Z350, are all hot performers in their own right. The
first two will cost you a mint, the Nissan is more in reach.
Time to compare the models and let your imagination run wild.

I believe it is the Kia Rio that retails for just under 10K. If
you were to buy 45 Rios you would just begin to match the price
of the Mercedes SLR McLaren. With an MSRP of $452,750, even a
Bentley becomes a bargain. It is quite likely, however, if you
can afford this car you’ll not be worrying about price. Instead,
the V8 engine pushes out 671 horses, 208 mph top speed, and 3.8
seconds of zero to 60 acceleration…certain to excite you. If
that is not enough, try gull wing doors, bi-Xenon headlamps,
sidepipe exhaust, turbine wheels, carbon fiber bucket seats
covered in leather, a 7 speaker Bose sound system, and lots
more. If that still isn’t enough there must be some Mercedes
parts
you can order!

If you want performance but you are also looking for “value”
than another German automaker, Porsche, may have what you want.
With an MSRP of “only” $141,200 the 911 Turbo S Cabriolet does
not quite live up to the SLR, but it is a speed demon
nevertheless. Horses kick out at 444, you can get to 190 mph
with this baby, and reach 100 kmh [62 mph] in just 4.3 seconds.
Not bad! Automatically deployed rear spoiler, awesome looking
twin exhausts, digital radio with CD, telephone module, leather
everywhere, and a V6 engine are some of the more notable
features. Go to a Porsche
parts
store if you find that something you want is
missing.

For the proletariat — a/k/a the average car buying consumer —
the purchase options are much greater. Besides cars like the
Chevy Corvette, Cadillac XLR, Dodge Viper, and BMW M3, Nissan is
offering a competitive model under the famed “Z” nameplate. With
MSRP starting at $26,800, the base V6 powered and 6 speed manual
tranny throws out 287 hp and will rocket you to 60 from a dead
stop in just under 6 seconds. Along with the manual tranny, the
“Z” comes equipped with ABS, 3.5L 24-valve V6, CD, etc. The base
model is pretty basic, but you can get more horses and more
options, including a convertible for about 10 grand more. Check
around for after market Nissan
parts
that you can get for your “Z” too.

Yes, the first two cars will only find their way into select
driveways, while the “Z” is more within reach of you and me. All
3 sports car are “hot” and certain to be crowd pleasers.

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