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Expensive Sports Cars To Avoid Like The Plague

Cameron EittreimFebruary 12, 2020

Jaguar F-Type
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4. Jaguar F-Type

The Jaguar brand was on a downward spiral at the start of the new millennium. However, with a few additions to the lineup, the design and performance returned to Jaguar. The F-Type is a unique car in a lot of aspects, so it has taken over for the previous Jaguar sports coupes. The current generation F-Type retains the sportiness and sophistication of a Jaguar.

Jaguar F-Type
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The current F-Type is lacking a modern feel when you compare it to other models. The supercharged V8 engine could use an upgrade as well as new exterior styling to keep it competitive.

BMW 8-Series
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3. BMW 8-Series

The BMW brand has come a long way in terms of design and quality. Although a good deal of design elements went into the 8-series to make it a performance sedan, it’s become stale. There are so many powerful sedans on the market now that the 8-series pales in comparison. The 8-Series is a powerful performer when you look at the specs, so an upgrade would be worth BMW’s time and effort.

BMW 8-Series
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There have been many 8-series models to enter the market in the past, but they designed the current model for the tracks. The four-door design makes the sedan modern, so there has never been a better time for an update.

Veloster
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2. Hyundai Veloster

The Veloster is on this list because it’s not some budget run-of-the-mill sports car. Hyundai has been pushing the Veloster for almost 10 years now, but the car has become quite dated because it retained its signature design. The Veloster is a tough car to upgrade because it’s a four-door sedan Hyundai designed to look like a coupe.

Hyundai Veloster
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The current Veloster also needs some mechanical tweaking. The turbocharged engine has had many reliability issues over the years. In addition to other Hyundai cars on the market, the Veloster is among one of the most problematic.

Dodge Challenger
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1. Dodge Challenger

The new Dodge Challenger debuted in 2010 to much fanfare as the first V8-powered Dodge sports car in a long time. At first, drivers complained that the car was heavy and lacked many features. Currently, the Challenger has become outdated among other cars on the market. There are special-edition models that have come and gone, but the base Challenger needs a design facelift. The Challenger will be getting one in the future, which hopefully, will make it competitive again.

Dodge Challenger
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For the price of the Challenger, there are other more performance-oriented sports cars on the market. The Challenger also needs an upgrade to the platform, which has made it a dated model. These are 40 expensive sports cars drivers should avoid like the plague. Have you ever owned one of these? Many people know someone who has endured the disappointment of driving one of these sports cars.

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