Sports cars are fascinating vehicles. Their features make them stand out among other car types. But there still is competition among sports cars. It is fascinating to talk about these sports cars and why they stand out above their contemporaries. Here are some of the 2006 vehicles that made the list of best sports car and the qualities that made them above average.
– Audi A3 2.0T
This car goes beyond the beauty of its exterior. Car enthusiasts appreciate the car’s responsiveness and agility. Audi A3 2.0T comes with an intercooled, turbo charged engine with 2.0 liter capacity and 16 valves. The car promises to deliver power up to 197 mph at 5100 rpm. Other features include a six speed manual transmission, front-wheel type of driveline, 101.5 in. wheelbase and curb weight of 3300 – 3350 lbs.
– Chevrolet Corvette The car’s V-8 engine (7.0 liter) with 16 valves allows for greater speed, and because the car is lighter than regular cars, the Chevrolet Corvette is capable of accelerating up to 125 mph in 12 seconds within one-fourth of a mile. The car’s braking system is impressive. The car’s reflex is also astounding. The car comes with the following specifications: rear-wheel type of driveline, and curb weight within 3100 – 3300 lbs.
-Honda Accord The car comes with its fresh look: revised interiors, rear and front styling, and better sound-minimizing capability. Honda Accord still boasts of its qualities such as high value for resale, excellent construction and reliability. V6 Accords are equipped with a new stable system and improved suspension. This car also has the following specifications: front- wheel type of driveline, 3100 to 3600 lbs. curb weight, up to 107.9 in. wheelbase and 5 or 6 speed manual transmission.
– Porsche Boxster The Porsche Boxster speaks well about its balance. Pair this quality with an increase in power delivered by its 24-valve DOHC engine with 2.7 liters capacity. The braking system is as remarkable as is the car’s over-all aggressive appeal. Other features of the car include: A rear-wheel type of driveline, 95.1 in. wheelbase, and curb weight within 2900 -3100 lbs. Truly, sports cars did evolve and they will continue to evolve as long as there is competition. Car enthusiasts can expect more remarkable features in sports cars as years go by.