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The 5 Funnest Cars To Drive

The 5 Funnest Cars To Drive

We always like to keep you up to date with the latest news and information, but we also like to have a little fun once in a while. This was by far the hardest list that I’ve ever had to make in any given year. I drove up to 200 different vehicles and evaluate them for value usability style ergonomics and build. So this week out of those 200 cars here are the most fun drives of 2014.

At number five it is celebrating over half a century as America’s favorite pony car. The 2015 Ford Mustang. It’s hard to improve a good thing but Ford Managed to do that this year with their all new Ford Mustang. Still a car that starts under $25,000 dollars.

Number four on my most fun to drive list this year is the Subaru WRX. This small compact car has quite a punch, and starting at just over $26,000 dollars. It’s a real winner in the value for money segment.

Number Three on our list is the Jaguar F-Type Coupe. This truly has the Jaguar distinguishing blooding, lightweight aluminum body construction and advanced driving technologies deliver an experience that is intuitive, instinctive and definitely alive. It will sting you in the pocketbook with a starting price of $65,000 and we found it hard not to spend closer to $100,000 dollars for the models that we liked.

At number two in the most fun drives for 2014. The slot is shared by two cars, both siblings, the Dodge Challenger and Charger Hellcat. Starting at just under $60,000 dollars with 707 horsepower. They are the most spirited and outstanding drives of the year.

Finally the most fun drive car of the year has to be a vehicle that brings a brand back to America after a break of approximately 20 years. The new ALfa Romeo 4C. The launch edition has an MSRP starting price of $68,400 dollars. Made in Italy, this amazingly sexy car makes everybody pay attention. That amazing engin sound just adds to the package. Alfa Romeo tell us that there may be a base addition of this vehicle available for around $50,000 dollars.

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