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Overview

Based on the popular BMW 3 Series sports sedan, the 4 Series is a two-door available as a coupe or convertible that offers a sporty driving experience and elegant interior appointments. Built for enthusiasts, the 4 Series has a quick-accelerating engine and sharp handling. High-performance versions from BMW's M tuning division are available. The 4 Series has a stylish and airy cockpit, brimming with technology and comfort. The BMW 4 Series is a 4-seater vehicle that comes in 2 trim levels. The most popular style is the M440i Coupe xDrive, which starts at $59,495 and comes with a Hybrid 3.0L I6 Turbo engine and All Wheel Drive. This 4 Series is estimated to deliver 26 MPG in the city and 34 MPG on the highway.

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Pros

  • Fast, agile, and very rewarding to drive
  • Spacious and modern cabin layout
  • Elegant sloping roofline design
  • Standard driver safety assists

Cons

  • Polarizing front-end styling
  • Small trunk limits practicality
  • Pricey upper trim levels and options

Overall Assessment

The BMW 4 Series is a superb two-door sports coupe that provides drivers with plenty of sportiness and luxury. Many amenities are only available as pricey options, but BMW does an excellent job of including desirable features like Apple CarPlay and a power moonroof as standard. Its sharp cornering abilities and powerful Engine make the 4 Series a joy to drive, and the base engine returns impressive fuel economy figures. This BMW is a great choice for the driver wanting a balanced sports coupe who doesn't need much cargo space.
2021 BMW 4 Series
Starting MSRP
$46,595
Starting MktMarket Avg.
Avg. savings of $2,079
off MSRP
$44,516
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Feature Highlights

Start/Stop System
In-Car WiFi
Forward Collision Warning
Android Auto
Apple CarPlay
Rear Parking Sensors
Lane Keep Assist
Moonroof
Blind Spot System
4 yr / 50K mi Basic Warranty
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Pros

  • Fast, agile, and very rewarding to drive
  • Spacious and modern cabin layout
  • Elegant sloping roofline design
  • Standard driver safety assists

Cons

  • Polarizing front-end styling
  • Small trunk limits practicality
  • Pricey upper trim levels and options

Overall Assessment

The BMW 4 Series is a superb two-door sports coupe that provides drivers with plenty of sportiness and luxury. Many amenities are only available as pricey options, but BMW does an excellent job of including desirable features like Apple CarPlay and a power moonroof as standard. Its sharp cornering abilities and powerful Engine make the 4 Series a joy to drive, and the base engine returns impressive fuel economy figures. This BMW is a great choice for the driver wanting a balanced sports coupe who doesn't need much cargo space.

Overview

The Audi A5 is a premium compact car with sportiness and a focus on technology. It's available as a coupe, four-door Sportback, or a sleek convertible. Buyers choose from two turbocharged engines, and all-wheel-drive provides secure handling, no matter the season. The A5's cabin is one of the most elegant in its class. Audi includes wireless Apple CarPlay, heated leather seats, tri-zone climate control, and modern driver safety features. The Audi A5 is a 4-seater vehicle that comes in 6 trim levels. The most popular style is the S line Premium Plus Coupe, which starts at $45,045 and comes with a 2.0L I4 Turbo engine and All Wheel Drive. This A5 is estimated to deliver 24 MPG in the city and 31 MPG on the highway.

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Pros

  • Sporty handling and standard all-wheel-drive
  • Well-executed cabin with many amenities
  • Hatchback has plenty of great cargo space

Cons

  • Some competitors have more rear legroom
  • Coupe and convertible have small trunks

Overall Assessment

The A5 takes Audi's signature driving performance and upscale interior and wraps it in elegant styling. Shoppers get to choose between a sporty coupe, practical hatchback, and gorgeous convertible. All-wheel-drive comes included across the lineup, improving handling in all weather conditions, and a multi-link suspension makes the A5 more fun to drive than almost any rival. The cabin features meticulous attention to detail and premium materials, giving passengers an authentic luxury experience. The ride is soft and quiet, and advanced safety technology comes standard. Some competitors have more rear legroom and larger trunks. Overall, the Audi A5 delivers exceptional driving fun and practical features in an eye-catching package.
2021 Audi A5

$45,045 as shown

Starting MSRP
$42,845
Starting MktMarket Avg.
Avg. savings of $2,111
off MSRP
$40,734
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Feature Highlights

Wireless Charging
Start/Stop System
Around View Camera
Heads-up Display (HUD)
In-Car WiFi
Forward Collision Warning
Android Auto
Apple CarPlay
Rear Parking Sensors
4 yr / 50K mi Basic Warranty
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Pros

  • Sporty handling and standard all-wheel-drive
  • Well-executed cabin with many amenities
  • Hatchback has plenty of great cargo space

Cons

  • Some competitors have more rear legroom
  • Coupe and convertible have small trunks

Overall Assessment

The A5 takes Audi's signature driving performance and upscale interior and wraps it in elegant styling. Shoppers get to choose between a sporty coupe, practical hatchback, and gorgeous convertible. All-wheel-drive comes included across the lineup, improving handling in all weather conditions, and a multi-link suspension makes the A5 more fun to drive than almost any rival. The cabin features meticulous attention to detail and premium materials, giving passengers an authentic luxury experience. The ride is soft and quiet, and advanced safety technology comes standard. Some competitors have more rear legroom and larger trunks. Overall, the Audi A5 delivers exceptional driving fun and practical features in an eye-catching package.

Overview

BMW makes some of the most engaging driver's cars on the market, and their in-house M performance division takes that commitment to speed to a whole other level. Enter the BMW M4, a heavily-modified version of the 4 Series Coupe, packed with race-inspired technology and up to 503 horsepower. Inside, the elegant cabin seats four in comfort. It's pricey, but the M4 has standard safety features and a usable trunk, making it practical to drive daily. The BMW M4 is a 4-seater vehicle that comes in 2 trim levels. The most popular style is the Competition Coupe, which starts at $75,695 and comes with a 3.0L I6 Turbo engine and Rear Wheel Drive. This M4 is estimated to deliver 16 MPG in the city and 23 MPG on the highway.

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Pros

  • Remarkable acceleration and handling
  • Elegant, practical cabin for four people
  • Standard manual transmission
  • Cutting-edge performance features

Cons

  • Rivals offer more lavish interiors
  • Steep jump in price over ordinary 4 Series
  • Expensive optional safety tech

Overall Assessment

Few cars offer the same blend of luxury and sportiness as a German sports coupe, and the BMW M4 may be the most sophisticated driver's car in its class. It prioritizes performance with decades of M performance wisdom operating just under the surface. The standard six-speed manual transmission and rear-wheel drivetrain give it the feel of an authentic sports car, with athletic handling and up to 503 horsepower. The M4 balances that sporty demeanor with modern conveniences, a spacious cabin for four people, and excellent cargo space. Some shoppers may want more plushness or glitzy in-cabin tech. Still, BMW includes enough comfort and functionality to make its performance usable every day.
2021 BMW M4

$75,695 as shown

Starting MSRP
$72,795
Starting MktMarket Avg.
$73,543
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Feature Highlights

Pedestrian Detection
Start/Stop System
Hands-free Trunk/Liftgate
Forward Collision Warning
Apple CarPlay
Remote Engine Start
Front and Rear Parking Sensors
Lane Keep Assist
Front Heated Seats
4 yr / 50K mi Basic Warranty
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Pros

  • Remarkable acceleration and handling
  • Elegant, practical cabin for four people
  • Standard manual transmission
  • Cutting-edge performance features

Cons

  • Rivals offer more lavish interiors
  • Steep jump in price over ordinary 4 Series
  • Expensive optional safety tech

Overall Assessment

Few cars offer the same blend of luxury and sportiness as a German sports coupe, and the BMW M4 may be the most sophisticated driver's car in its class. It prioritizes performance with decades of M performance wisdom operating just under the surface. The standard six-speed manual transmission and rear-wheel drivetrain give it the feel of an authentic sports car, with athletic handling and up to 503 horsepower. The M4 balances that sporty demeanor with modern conveniences, a spacious cabin for four people, and excellent cargo space. Some shoppers may want more plushness or glitzy in-cabin tech. Still, BMW includes enough comfort and functionality to make its performance usable every day.

Overview

The Mercedes-Benz S-Class sets the standard for comfort and technology in the full-size luxury sedan category. Top-grade materials cover the cabin, and passengers can adjust the climate, lighting, and music, all by voice. The S-Class has a nearly-silent ride and standard driver safety aids. Some of the more futuristic options include a suspension that raises the car a few inches if a crash is imminent and a 4-dimensional surround-sound system. The Mercedes-Benz S-Class is a 4-seater vehicle that comes in 4 trim levels. The most popular style is the S 560 Coupe 4MATIC, which starts at $132,450 and comes with a 4.0L V8 Turbo engine and All Wheel Drive. This S-Class is estimated to deliver 16 MPG in the city and 26 MPG on the highway.

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Pros

  • Large cabin with excellent space in both rows
  • Vast array of standard and available technology
  • Hushed interior atmosphere, even at highway speeds
  • Suspension quickly absorbs road imperfections

Cons

  • Lofty starting price spirals with optional extras
  • Sophisticated technology requires tech-savviness

Overall Assessment

With its range of standard and optional technologies integrated to create a pampering driving experience, the Mercedes-Benz S-Class may be the most advanced sedan on the market. Its sublime powertrain and futuristic features come together to help relax and invigorate drivers and passengers. It's this focus on personalization that elevates the S-Class beyond a mere contender in the luxury class, placing it at the top of the pack.
2021 Mercedes-Benz S-Class

$174,150 as shown

Starting MSRP
$110,850
Starting MktMarket Avg.
Avg. savings of $2,226
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$108,625
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Feature Highlights

Blind Spot Camera
Pedestrian Detection
Wireless Charging
Parallel and Perpendicular (Back-In) Automatic Parking
Start/Stop System
Around View Camera
Front Cooled Seats
Heads-up Display (HUD)
Curve Adaptive Headlamps
4 yr / 50K mi Basic Warranty
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Pros

  • Large cabin with excellent space in both rows
  • Vast array of standard and available technology
  • Hushed interior atmosphere, even at highway speeds
  • Suspension quickly absorbs road imperfections

Cons

  • Lofty starting price spirals with optional extras
  • Sophisticated technology requires tech-savviness

Overall Assessment

With its range of standard and optional technologies integrated to create a pampering driving experience, the Mercedes-Benz S-Class may be the most advanced sedan on the market. Its sublime powertrain and futuristic features come together to help relax and invigorate drivers and passengers. It's this focus on personalization that elevates the S-Class beyond a mere contender in the luxury class, placing it at the top of the pack.

Overview

For driving fun with a dash of luxury in an affordable package, the BMW 2 Series is just the ticket. Offered in coupe, convertible, and sedan body styles, the 2 Series has an elegant, driver-focused cabin, as well as all of the textbook characteristics of a classic sports car: fast acceleration, agile handling, and powerful brakes. All-wheel-drive is available for four-season performance, while advanced safety technology comes standard. The BMW 2 Series is a 4-seater vehicle that comes in 4 trim levels. The most popular style is the 230i Coupe RWD, which starts at $36,895 and comes with a 2.0L I4 Turbo engine and Rear Wheel Drive. This 2 Series is estimated to deliver 25 MPG in the city and 32 MPG on the highway.

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Pros

  • Quick acceleration and agile handling
  • Gran Coupe sedan adds four-door practicality
  • Low starting price includes many features

Cons

  • Some competitors have fancier interiors
  • Tight rear legroom in two-door models

Overall Assessment

The BMW 2 Series is a proper driver’s car, combining a fun-to-drive demeanor with European refinement. Its small size and quick handling make it a pleasure to weave through windy canyon roads, and it’s also a breeze to maneuver down narrow city streets. Outward visibility is good, and there is plenty of interior space for front-seat occupants. The back seat is snug and best for kids. The 2 Series is available in two-door and four-door body styles, along with a convertible. Advanced safety aids are standard, as are popular amenities like dual-zone climate control, leatherette upholstery, and Apple CarPlay. Overall, the 2 Series is an excellent balance between all-out driving pleasure and everyday livability.
2021 BMW 2 Series

$36,895 as shown

Starting MSRP
$36,695
Starting MktMarket Avg.
Avg. savings of $1,867
off MSRP
$34,828
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Feature Highlights

Pedestrian Detection
Start/Stop System
Forward Collision Warning
Remote Engine Start
Rear Parking Sensors
Lane Keep Assist
Integrated Turn Signal Mirrors
Fog Lamps
Navigation
4 yr / 50K mi Basic Warranty
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Pros

  • Quick acceleration and agile handling
  • Gran Coupe sedan adds four-door practicality
  • Low starting price includes many features

Cons

  • Some competitors have fancier interiors
  • Tight rear legroom in two-door models

Overall Assessment

The BMW 2 Series is a proper driver’s car, combining a fun-to-drive demeanor with European refinement. Its small size and quick handling make it a pleasure to weave through windy canyon roads, and it’s also a breeze to maneuver down narrow city streets. Outward visibility is good, and there is plenty of interior space for front-seat occupants. The back seat is snug and best for kids. The 2 Series is available in two-door and four-door body styles, along with a convertible. Advanced safety aids are standard, as are popular amenities like dual-zone climate control, leatherette upholstery, and Apple CarPlay. Overall, the 2 Series is an excellent balance between all-out driving pleasure and everyday livability.

Overview

Powerful and comfortable, the INFINITI Q60 is a premium two-door coupe built for long-distance touring. Rear-wheel-drive and turbocharged engines make it fun to drive, while the spacious interior has technology like Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. All-wheel drive is available, as is a suite of advanced driver safety features. Some competitors have more modern interiors and sharper handling, but few deliver the same value for the Q60's low price. The INFINITI Q60 is a 4-seater vehicle that comes in 3 trim levels. The most popular style is the 3.0t LUXE RWD, which starts at $51,325 and comes with a 3.0L V6 Turbo engine and Rear Wheel Drive. This Q60 is estimated to deliver 20 MPG in the city and 27 MPG on the highway.

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Pros

  • Great engine power for long-distance cruising
  • Spacious cabin with many standard features
  • Quiet ride and secure handling for daily driving

Cons

  • Lags rivals in interior styling and materials
  • Miniscule trunk holds small luggage only
  • Not as fun to drive as more modern coupes

Overall Assessment

The INFINITI Q60 is a traditional sports coupe, providing ample power on a rear-wheel-drive platform. Its cabin has many standard and available tech features like Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and Bose audio, though styling and materials lag top rivals. Still, there's plenty of seating space in both rows, with soft upholstery and supportive cushioning. The RED SPORT 400 trim features twin-turbo power and a sportier cabin with bolstered seats and carbon-fiber trim. The Q60 is fast and agile, though it's not as thrilling to drive as European coupes. It's a superb grand tourer, with a soft suspension and quiet ride that make highway traveling a joy. All-wheel-drive is available for conquering lousy weather. The interior styling lacks the body's gorgeous looks, and the trunk is tiny, but the INFINITI Q60 is a comfortable and value-packed premium coupe.
2021 INFINITI Q60

$59,225 as shown

Starting MSRP
$42,775
Starting MktMarket Avg.
Avg. savings of $2,657
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$40,118
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Feature Highlights

Pedestrian Detection
Around View Camera
Adaptive Cruise Control
In-Car WiFi
Forward Collision Warning
Android Auto
Apple CarPlay
Remote Engine Start
Front and Rear Parking Sensors
4 yr / 60K mi Basic Warranty
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Pros

  • Great engine power for long-distance cruising
  • Spacious cabin with many standard features
  • Quiet ride and secure handling for daily driving

Cons

  • Lags rivals in interior styling and materials
  • Miniscule trunk holds small luggage only
  • Not as fun to drive as more modern coupes

Overall Assessment

The INFINITI Q60 is a traditional sports coupe, providing ample power on a rear-wheel-drive platform. Its cabin has many standard and available tech features like Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and Bose audio, though styling and materials lag top rivals. Still, there's plenty of seating space in both rows, with soft upholstery and supportive cushioning. The RED SPORT 400 trim features twin-turbo power and a sportier cabin with bolstered seats and carbon-fiber trim. The Q60 is fast and agile, though it's not as thrilling to drive as European coupes. It's a superb grand tourer, with a soft suspension and quiet ride that make highway traveling a joy. All-wheel-drive is available for conquering lousy weather. The interior styling lacks the body's gorgeous looks, and the trunk is tiny, but the INFINITI Q60 is a comfortable and value-packed premium coupe.

Overview

Reviving the legendary Supra's nameplate, the Toyota GR Supra lives up to its moniker with lightning-fast acceleration and handling. BMW, a brand that knows fun, partnered to design the sports car's rear-drive chassis and turbocharged engines. It's still a Toyota, so advanced safety aids come standard, and it's comfortable enough to drive daily. The Supra has yet again proven itself to be one of the best sports cars on the road. The Toyota GR Supra is a 2-seater vehicle that comes in 4 trim levels. The most popular style is the 3.0 Premium, which starts at $55,585 and comes with a 3.0L I6 Turbo engine and Rear Wheel Drive. This GR Supra is estimated to deliver 22 MPG in the city and 30 MPG on the highway.

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Pros

  • Meteoric acceleration and sharp handling
  • Refined and comfortable enough to drive daily
  • Above-average fuel economy from both engines
  • Many standard driver safety features

Cons

  • Limited outward visibility and cargo space
  • No manual transmission offered

Overall Assessment

With its incredible acceleration and sharp handling, the Toyota GR Supra is nearly unmatched in its driving performance. Two turbocharged engine choices pair with an eight-speed automatic transmission and rear-wheel-drive. The interior has numerous features, and upper trim levels feel downright luxurious. Beneath all of the sportiness is a surprisingly practical daily driver, with Toyota's trademark refinement and a suite of driver safety aids. Massive side pillars can impede outward visibility, but available blind-spot monitoring helps resolve that. Shoppers looking for a value-packed sports car should add the GR Supra to their test-drive list.
2021 Toyota GR Supra

$55,585 as shown

Starting MSRP
$44,085
Starting MktMarket Avg.
Avg. savings of $1,053
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$43,032
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Feature Highlights

Pedestrian Detection
Wireless Charging
Heads-up Display (HUD)
Forward Collision Warning
Apple CarPlay
Lane Keep Assist
Front Heated Seats
Integrated Turn Signal Mirrors
Fog Lamps
3 yr / 36K mi Basic Warranty
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Pros

  • Meteoric acceleration and sharp handling
  • Refined and comfortable enough to drive daily
  • Above-average fuel economy from both engines
  • Many standard driver safety features

Cons

  • Limited outward visibility and cargo space
  • No manual transmission offered

Overall Assessment

With its incredible acceleration and sharp handling, the Toyota GR Supra is nearly unmatched in its driving performance. Two turbocharged engine choices pair with an eight-speed automatic transmission and rear-wheel-drive. The interior has numerous features, and upper trim levels feel downright luxurious. Beneath all of the sportiness is a surprisingly practical daily driver, with Toyota's trademark refinement and a suite of driver safety aids. Massive side pillars can impede outward visibility, but available blind-spot monitoring helps resolve that. Shoppers looking for a value-packed sports car should add the GR Supra to their test-drive list.

Overview

When it hit the market over five decades ago, the Ford Mustang changed the idea of a sports car. For a low price, owners could have style and driving fun previously unavailable to them. Today, Ford’s fastback muscle car -- and a sleek convertible -- still provide the same practical blend of sportiness and value, with prices starting well under $30,000. The Mustang comes with a range of potent engines, as well as modern driver safety technologies. The Ford Mustang is a 4-seater vehicle that comes in 6 trim levels. The most popular style is the EcoBoost Fastback, which starts at $28,350 and comes with a 2.3L I4 Turbo engine and Rear Wheel Drive. This Mustang is estimated to deliver 21 MPG in the city and 29 MPG on the highway.

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Pros

  • Responsive engines and agile handling
  • Many sporty options for configuration
  • Available driver-assistance technologies

Cons

  • Underwhelming base infotainment screen
  • Shelby trims lack everyday practicality

Overall Assessment

For everyday driving thrills, the Ford Mustang provides a healthy blend of horsepower and practicality. Its low starting price includes a pleasing turbo four-cylinder engine under the hood and an agile rear-wheel-drive platform propelling it forward. Big V8 motors offer impressive driving performance, but fuel efficiency is affected. Configurability is one of the Mustang’s strengths, with optional paint colors and racing stripes, plus enhanced suspension and handling packages. Some rivals have more refined cabins, and the Mustang’s base infotainment screen is woefully undersized. But at the end of the day, it gives drivers a satisfying driving experience without many of the drawbacks of a pricier sports car.
2021 Ford Mustang

$33,370 as shown

Starting MSRP
$28,350
Starting MktMarket Avg.
Avg. savings of $203
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$28,147
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Feature Highlights

Pedestrian Detection
Front Cooled Seats
In-Car WiFi
Forward Collision Warning
Android Auto
Apple CarPlay
Rear Parking Sensors
Lane Keep Assist
Front Heated Seats
3 yr / 36K mi Basic Warranty
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Pros

  • Responsive engines and agile handling
  • Many sporty options for configuration
  • Available driver-assistance technologies

Cons

  • Underwhelming base infotainment screen
  • Shelby trims lack everyday practicality

Overall Assessment

For everyday driving thrills, the Ford Mustang provides a healthy blend of horsepower and practicality. Its low starting price includes a pleasing turbo four-cylinder engine under the hood and an agile rear-wheel-drive platform propelling it forward. Big V8 motors offer impressive driving performance, but fuel efficiency is affected. Configurability is one of the Mustang’s strengths, with optional paint colors and racing stripes, plus enhanced suspension and handling packages. Some rivals have more refined cabins, and the Mustang’s base infotainment screen is woefully undersized. But at the end of the day, it gives drivers a satisfying driving experience without many of the drawbacks of a pricier sports car.

Overview

In the world of high-end luxury coupes, the Lexus LC is considered one of the most technologically advanced. With a powerful V8 engine or fuel-saving hybrid, the LC is a premium car created to provide luxurious long-distance transportation. Beneath its modern exterior styling is the latest driving technology and advanced safety systems. The leather-wrapped cabin features impressive craftsmanship. A sleek convertible is also available. The Lexus LC is a 4-seater vehicle that comes in 2 trim levels. The most popular style is the LC 500, which starts at $94,075 and comes with a 5.0L V8 engine and Rear Wheel Drive. This LC is estimated to deliver 26 MPG in the city and 34 MPG on the highway.

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Pros

  • Modern design packed with technology
  • Top-notch interior quality and materials
  • Fuel-efficient hybrid is fast and quiet

Cons

  • Cramped rear seat and little cargo space
  • Not as sporty to drive as other luxury cars

Overall Assessment

Those looking for a premium coupe that emphasizes modern luxury over sportiness should check out the Lexus LC. Its sleek body styling will have people turning their heads, while the engine choices are smooth and quiet. The available hybrid motor returns up to 29 MPG, which is excellent for a car of its size and performance. The LC has a well-equipped interior that features exceptional build quality, matched by high-end materials and technology. While some competitors are more fun to drive, the Lexus LC delivers the latest comfort and convenience in a package that's ideal for long-distance touring.
2021 Lexus LC

$98,635 as shown

Starting MSRP
$94,075
Starting MktMarket Avg.
Avg. savings of $606
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$93,469
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Feature Highlights

Pedestrian Detection
Start/Stop System
Front Cooled Seats
Adaptive Cruise Control
In-Car WiFi
Forward Collision Warning
Android Auto
Apple CarPlay
4 yr / 50K mi Basic Warranty
8 yr / 10K mi Hybrid/EV Warranty
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Pros

  • Modern design packed with technology
  • Top-notch interior quality and materials
  • Fuel-efficient hybrid is fast and quiet

Cons

  • Cramped rear seat and little cargo space
  • Not as sporty to drive as other luxury cars

Overall Assessment

Those looking for a premium coupe that emphasizes modern luxury over sportiness should check out the Lexus LC. Its sleek body styling will have people turning their heads, while the engine choices are smooth and quiet. The available hybrid motor returns up to 29 MPG, which is excellent for a car of its size and performance. The LC has a well-equipped interior that features exceptional build quality, matched by high-end materials and technology. While some competitors are more fun to drive, the Lexus LC delivers the latest comfort and convenience in a package that's ideal for long-distance touring.

Overview

The Chevrolet Camaro is a two-door coupe that has been a sporty and affordable choice for six generations. Acceleration, handling, and braking compete with more expensive sports cars. The sleek exterior opens to a modern and comfortable cabin. While outward visibility and trunk space are lacking, the Camaro's quiet ride and user-friendly controls make it a practical daily driver. It is also available as an eye-catching convertible. The Chevrolet Camaro is a 4-seater vehicle that comes in 8 trim levels. The most popular style is the LT with 1LT Coupe, which starts at $26,695 and comes with a 2.0L I4 Turbo engine and Rear Wheel Drive. This Camaro is estimated to deliver 20 MPG in the city and 30 MPG on the highway.

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Pros

  • Spectacular driving fun for a low starting price
  • Powerful engine choices and sharp handling
  • Modern and user-friendly interior layout
  • Several available performance upgrades

Cons

  • Bold styling impacts outward visibility
  • Few standard driver safety aids
  • Snug back seat is best for kids
  • Small trunk compared to rivals

Overall Assessment

Drivers looking for a sporty two-door coupe will want to take the Chevrolet Camaro for a test-drive. Its range of powerful engines, standard manual transmission, and agile steering make it one of the most exciting cars in its price range. Upper trim levels like the SS and ZL1 come with colossal horsepower and mechanical upgrades, capable of achieving impressive speeds, cornering, and braking at the race track. Even the base turbocharged 4-cylinder engine found in the LS and LT trims is rapid and responsive. The rear-seat and cargo areas are small, even by coupe standards, and the tall door panels can obstruct outward visibility. But as a summer cruiser or canyon carver, few cars can match the Camaro's performance or value.
2021 Chevrolet Camaro

$32,695 as shown

Starting MSRP
$26,195
Starting MktMarket Avg.
Avg. savings of $66
off MSRP
$26,129
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Feature Highlights

Wireless Charging
Front Cooled Seats
Heads-up Display (HUD)
In-Car WiFi
Forward Collision Warning
Android Auto
Apple CarPlay
Rear Parking Sensors
Front Heated Seats
3 yr / 36K mi Basic Warranty
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Pros

  • Spectacular driving fun for a low starting price
  • Powerful engine choices and sharp handling
  • Modern and user-friendly interior layout
  • Several available performance upgrades

Cons

  • Bold styling impacts outward visibility
  • Few standard driver safety aids
  • Snug back seat is best for kids
  • Small trunk compared to rivals

Overall Assessment

Drivers looking for a sporty two-door coupe will want to take the Chevrolet Camaro for a test-drive. Its range of powerful engines, standard manual transmission, and agile steering make it one of the most exciting cars in its price range. Upper trim levels like the SS and ZL1 come with colossal horsepower and mechanical upgrades, capable of achieving impressive speeds, cornering, and braking at the race track. Even the base turbocharged 4-cylinder engine found in the LS and LT trims is rapid and responsive. The rear-seat and cargo areas are small, even by coupe standards, and the tall door panels can obstruct outward visibility. But as a summer cruiser or canyon carver, few cars can match the Camaro's performance or value.