5 Used Super Cars You Can Actually Afford

Super Cars

You might not expect to find super cars at used car dealers, but when you do, you could be
getting a great deal. Supercars tend to boast prices that border on absurd, so an affordable
used supercar is still likely to cost much more than your average used car. Let’s take a look at
some supercars that sell for affordable prices on the used market.

Chevrolet Corvette

The Corvette has been edging toward super car status for a long time now, and that’s never
been more clear with the new generation mid-engine layout. However, the Corvette turns up
pretty frequently at used car dealers too. A few model years back or even an entire generation
or two back, and you can get the Corvette for a pretty reasonable price. Brand new, the
Corvette starts well under $100,000, so that is already considered an affordable price for a

Dodge Viper GTS

The Dodge Viper GTS is still a legend, despite being discontinued and over 20 years old. But
the Viper really showed the market that an American automaker could build a supercar. The
Viper GTS features a V10 engine that made 450 horsepower and its looks were an instant
standout on the road. The average price of a used Dodge Viper GTS between 1996 and 2002 is
about $70,898. There’s no doubt that this used supercar has more than held onto its value from
when it debuted.

Honda NSX

If you think the Dodge Viper is one of the older supercars available, then let’s look at the 1991
Honda NSX. This two-seater, mid-engine supercar was developed by Honda and Formula One
legend Ayrton Senna. The NSX is also more affordable than the Viper or the newest generation
of the Corvette. You might find it at used car dealers for around $57,000. Featuring a sleek
aerodynamic design reminiscent of a Ferrari, the NSX was constructed of lightweight all-
aluminum and had a 3.0-liter all-aluminum V6 engine with Honda’s VTEC system.

Porsche 911 Turbo

Like the Corvette, the Porsche 911 Turbo is an iconic, instantly recognizable supercar.
Enthusiasts love its timeless design, lightweight build, and impressive power. You can find a
2005 version of this car for under $50,000 and you’ll get a 3.6-liter twin-turbo flat-six engine that
makes 444 horsepower and 457 pound-feet of torque. As you might expect considering its small
size, that power really moves the 911 Turbo.

Nissan GT-R

If all the cars listed are still a bit too expensive for your budget, consider the Nissan GT-R. A
2009 model of this car can be had for under $40,000. It has great lines and boasted the lowest
drag coefficient of any other sports car during its time. You’ll get a 3.8-liter DOHC V6 engine
that made 480 horsepower and 430 pound-feet of torque. That’s a lot of bang for your buck.
Does your local used car dealers have one of these supercars lurking on its lot? You never
know when you might run into one of these legendary machines.

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