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

What Car? Logo By whatcar.com of What Car? | Slide 1 of 13: Our favourite sports cars need to offer an exciting driving experience and possess accurate, well-built controls - and they need to be easy to live with on a daily basis, too.Visibility, ease of access and low-speed refinement might not seem that important on a great road when the sun’s out, but they’ll rush up the list of priorities on a cold morning commute in the pouring rain.The best sports cars are great all-rounders, but they won’t appear on this list if all those qualities come at an eye-watering cost. We don’t expect them to be cheap, but we do expect them to represent good value. Sports cars are often bought by those with spare cash, but no one likes throwing their money away.Looking for a great deal on your next car? Take a look at What Car?'s New Car Buyer marketplace.

Best sports cars

Our favourite sports cars need to offer an exciting driving experience and possess accurate, well-built controls - and they need to be easy to live with on a daily basis, too.

Visibility, ease of access and low-speed refinement might not seem that important on a great road when the sun’s out, but they’ll rush up the list of priorities on a cold morning commute in the pouring rain.

The best sports cars are great all-rounders, but they won’t appear on this list if all those qualities come at an eye-watering cost.

We don’t expect them to be cheap, but we do expect them to represent good value. Sports cars are often bought by those with spare cash, but no one likes throwing their money away.

Looking for a great deal on your next car? Take a look at What Car?'s New Car Buyer marketplace.

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