6 Cars That Can Hit 200 MPH Without Breaking the Bank

Many of us hope to own a car to satiate our need for speed. But not everyone has the financial means to fulfill that ambition. So, we looked at the used car market to find reasonably priced automobiles that are also fast. Take a look at these cars that can hit 200 mph—and you don’t have to break the bank for them!

2008 Bentley Continental GT Speed

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2008 saw the introduction of the Bentley Continental GT Speed, a high-performance version of the standard GT coupe. With its W12 twin-turbo engine generating 553 lb-ft of torque and 600 horsepower, the company claims the car can reach a maximum speed of 202 mph. The Continental GT was the most potent Bentley ever produced when it was introduced. But this is a Bentley so that maintenance will be expensive. 2008–2010 model year models are priced under $50,000. Even an inexpensive Bentley requires maintenance. 

2010 Audi R8 5.2

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Although this car has been called “minimalist,” it is far from it, given its massive 525 horsepower and ability to reach speeds of just around 200 mph. This sleek package is safe and quick. The driver will be well-protected by the aluminum monocoque, which is based on the Audi space frame concept. To achieve actual near-200 mph performance, you’ll need an R8 with a V10, which, according to Hagerty, will cost you more than $72,000. However, the naturally aspirated V10 will produce a soothing wail that will massage your ears.

2017 Cadillac CTS-V

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The Cadillac CTS-V is a true beast in disguise, with a supercharged 6.2-liter V8 producing 640 horsepower and 630 lb-ft of torque. The most recent model can reach 200 mph and costs much less than its German rivals. A 2017 CTS-V was initially priced at about $85,000 but is now available for less than $60,000. You get all the luxury and bells and whistles one expects from a Cadillac of this century, in addition to the heart-pounding speed.

2010 Dodge Viper SRT10

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This unadulterated American coupe has an 8.4-liter V10 engine that sounds amazing when piped straight! This generation’s engine was cranked up to 8.4 liters, much like every other Dodge Viper before. The engine was rated at 600 horsepower and 560 pound-feet of torque, enough to push the coiled snake to a top speed of 202 mph. How much does all of this cost? As stated by Hagerty, it begins at $66,000. Ensure this wasn’t driven by an overly eager novice driver with a lead foot because there aren’t many driver aids.

2013 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 C6

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The famous Corvette has always prioritized appearance over actual speed. In addition to improving the design, the C6 ZR1 was unveiled as a range-topper for the generation. The ZR1’s 6.2-liter supercharged V8 engine produces 638 horsepower. That massive power plant allowed the resurrected ZR1 to reach a high speed of 205 mph, exceeding 200 mph. A used C6 ZR1 can be had for about $60,000.

2017 Nissan GT-R Premium

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Price-wise, the Nissan GT-R has always been competitive. It is not a cheap car, but it is more affordable than cars that seem as fast, and it can outperform comparable cars. The offer seems too good to be true. Even though the numerous horrible aftermarket modification attempts have damaged the GT-R’s reputation, the car is still speedy. Once you get beyond the fact that most affluent and successful YouTubers own one and that it is every 12-year-old’s fantasy car, you can see that the GT-R’s 6-cylinder dual-turbo VR38DETT V6 produces 565 horsepower and accelerates it to 60 mph in 2.9 seconds. 

15 Most Reliable Cars Ever Made — Why They Never Quit

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Some claim that the dependability of autos has decreased. Modern cars have a shorter lifespan than some cars manufactured between the 1970s and the 1990s, but some new and used cars today are good enough to last for at least ten years and up to 500,000 miles. When these vehicles break down, most problems are relatively simple, and many don’t have serious difficulties. Here are 15 of the most reliable cars ever made:

15 Most Reliable Cars Ever Made — Why They Never Quit

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