Looking for a sports car? Sports Cars in Australia have been extremely popular for many years. No matter what decade you were born in each generation has their own go to Sports Car.
Sports Cars offer Australians many advantages that other models cannot provide. Probably the best thing about sports cars is they give you the best of both worlds – performance and style.
There are some exceptional Sports Car options currently available in the Australian market in 2021 but many differ in size and power.
Here are the Bests Sports Cars currently in the Australian Market.
When you think of a great sport cars in Australian market it is extremely hard to go past the incredibly popular Toyota 86. The thing about Toyota vehicles is you know what you are going to get, the 86 is no different. If you are in the market for a prestige sports car, the 86 is hard to pass up.
The Toyota 86 comes with a 4-cylinder engine, rear spoiler, Sony head unit with Apple Carplay, ABS, Factory leather/suede seats, dual and side airbags, alloy wheels, climate control, cruise control, Central Locking & Engine Immobiliser, power mirrors, power steering, power windows, and traction control.
One downside of the 86 is space. If you have a family or are looking to transport guests’ size can be an issue.
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Arguably Australia’s Best Sports Car, The Ford Mustang is a beast of a car that suits any type of Australian Motorist. The Ford Mustang offers probably the best performance handling and driveability of most cars in the market.
The Ford Mustang comes with an 8 Cylinder Engine, sports alloy wheels, Custom engine tune and exhaust, MCA Pro Sport coil over suspension with adjustable ride height, camber and firmness(soft/hard) Clutch spring assist, Hood strut kit, Tri-Ax Street short throw shifter, Apple CarPlay, Android Audio, ABS, power steering and traction control.
One of the main things that set the Mustang apart from smaller sports cars like the Toyota 86 is the space. Motorists can comfortably fit multiple passengers.
For those of you who think that there is a lot of similarities between the Subaru BRZ and the Toyota 86 that’s because there is. Some people have even gone as far as to say the BRZ is just a Toyota 86 with a different symbol, they are that much alike.
But in reality, the BRZ does have a few key differences, the Subaru BRZ has a slightly different suspension set up as opposed to the 86 and is also two-wheel drive compared to all wheel on the 86.
The Subaru BRZ comes with a 4-cylinder engine, Lowered suspension, Cruise control, Proximity key with central locking, 17" alloy wheels, multi-function control screen, Electric power assisted steering, Keyless start, USB audio input, Sports pedals, Dual zone climate control air conditioning and power windows.
If you're looking for a sporty 2 door convertible that is fun to drive in those blissful Australian summer days, then it’s very hard to go past the Mazda MX-5. This car was the most popular of its generation when Mazda first released it back in 1999, mainly because of its compact body and convertible roof. It does pose some similarities to the Subaru BRZ and the Toyota 86, but the Mazda MX-5 has been found to be more compact and durable.
The Mazda MX-5 comes with a 4-cylinder engine, 16” allow wheels, multi-function steering and control screen, power steering, reverse camera, satellite navigation, USB Audio, central locking system, cruise control, climate control and dual airbags.
A rapidly growing sports car in the Australian market is the Kia Stinger. One of the greatest benefits of the Kia Stinger is it offers extra size then the smaller sports cars like the 86, MX-5 and BRZ. Many pundits have compared the latest Kia Stinger to the extremely popular Ford Falcon and Holden Commodore last generation sports cars as it offers size, space, and performance.
The Kia Stinger comes with a 3.3 litre engine, seven airbags, 5-star ANCAP safety rating ANCAP safety rating of 5, ABS brakes, parking sensors, front vision camera, brake assist, 19" alloy wheels, voice recognition, central locking, launch control, premium sound system, Bluetooth, and USB audio input.
Sports Cars are always going to be a cornerstone of the Australian Automotive Market. Offering motorists optimum performance and style, Sports Cars will always give Australian Motorists something a little more compared to other models.
Before you look to purchase a sports car, it is recommended that you research, undertake test drives, do the necessary checks, and consult with relevant parties to make the best purchasing decision.
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DISCLAIMER: This is all based on opinion please research and consult with all relevant parties to make the best buying decision.