[Staff, 2022-12-18 07:30:00,
Sports sedans are, in a way, the perfect car. They provide drivers with everyday practicality and usability while, at the same time, being as fun to drive as some sports cars, thus distinguishing themselves from other run-of-the-mill commuter cars. For many of the better-known sports sedans out there, however, there is one glaring drawback: the financial implications of owning one. Much-celebrated examples like the BMW 3 Series have somewhat of a reputation for wringing their owners’ wallets dry. But this mustn’t always be the case for sports sedans.
The fact of the matter is sports sedans are such a good blend of everyday pragmatism and enthusiast appeal that the formula isn’t hard to replicate into something less expensive to maintain. You can even save some money while still boasting a luxury badge up front. Here are some sports sedans that you can buy—and keep—for less.
Kia’s introduction to the U.S. market was with cheap, value-oriented cars that gave buyers a more affordable option, albeit not as well-built as its pricier, Japanese rivals. That was then, however, and this is now. In 2018, Kia outdid consumers’ expectations when the 368-hp Stinger liftback hit showrooms.
Now that it’s been a few years since its release, it isn’t hard to find a used example for less than $40k. Best of all, they are about as affordable to maintain as the rest of the lineup, especially while its 10-year, 100,000-mile…
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