The Current State of Sports Cars in America

Cars have always been a thing of pride and show. Sports cars specially have a different place in ones social standing, heart and garage. Now-a-days cars are no longer just an amenity. They are peoples prized possessions. People buy cars not only for travel but also for self pride and dignity. The United States of America is known for some of its famous garage dwellers. The streets are often adored with latest model of cars and since the 1930s fancy sports cars have been the trend.

However, considering the current economic condition of the United States; people have become very apprehensive about investing in a good sports car. A number of new sports cars are making news along with the old trusted ones.

The market is offering all kinds of cars for all kinds of people. Among the famous sports cars currently used in the United States, the Audi R8 or entry level Audi A3 is a good deal. It has an appealing design with a fantastic mileage. The three door Toyota Yaris is also a good bet. Some other car manufacturers are also producing good and coveted sports cars whose information are amassed in car blogs.

Certain versions of the BMW are also famous among sports car collectors. The BMW Z4 and M3 coupe are good deals presently is you want to go in for a fancy sports car. The Aston Martin DBS is also a fancy choice and provides excellent interiors. The Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 is a top pick from the Chevy list of sports cars. With a supercharged V8 engine, its gets better with each drive. Among others the Porsche 911 GT2, holds a special place if you are really passionate about a fast and plush car. With a twin turbo flat-6 engine and a top speed of 204 mph, it gets even better than before. However, it can be assessed with the present condition of the economy, the current state of sports cars are bad in America. With a high price tag, sales are down and for the time being the sports car obsessed people have to tighten up their wallets.
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Comments (2)
  1. Aston Martin DBS, Chevrolet Corvette ZR1, Porsche 911 GT2 are some of the cars most wanted by the people with a craze for fast cars. The recession has hit this market big time and so the sales are low as compared to other times. Hope that one again everything will be fine and these cars sales will boom again.

  2. Did you really just call the Yaris and A3 sports cars? The Yaris is a sub-$15k econobox, and the A3 is a fancied-up Golf. Not that there's anything wrong with those things, but they are by no means sports cars. And did you call the GT2 plush? You know it doesn't have A/C or power seats, right?
    Here's all I got out of the article:
    "People use cars as status symbols. The economy is making people reconsider expensive cars. Here's a list of some sports cars."
    The only thing I found relating to the title was the lone comment about people rethinking buying sports cars.

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