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Top ten Quickest Cars of 2007 between $25K-$30K

Have you believed that for a car that has a great top speed you have to pay millions of dollars? Well no, you are wrong! You can buy a car with a very good top speed and pay between $25000 and $30000.

Ties were settled first by quarter-mile time, then by which was quicker to the highest speed both cars achieved (usually 120 or 130 mph), in that order. Most cars at this price point offer basic luxury or at least decent amenities and looks in addition to speed, as buck-banger boy-racer models are thousands less, maybe having something to do with the fact that burger-flipper wages haven’t budged in nine years.

The Quickest Cars of 2007

  1. Subaru Forester 2.5XT Base price: $28,520, 0-to-60-mph time: 5.9 sec, Quarter-mile time: 14.3 sec @ 96 mph
  2. Pontiac Grand Prix GXP: Base price: $29,430, 0-to-60-mph time: 5.7 sec, Quarter-mile time: 14.3 sec @ 98 mph
  3. Pontiac Solstice GXP/Saturn Sky Red Line (manual): Base price: Solstice GXP, $27,115; Sky Red Line, $29,025, 0-to-60-mph time: 5.6 sec, Quarter-mile time: 14.2 sec @ 98 mph
  4. Chevrolet Impala SS: Base price: $28,655, 0-to-60-mph time: 5.6 sec, Quarter-mile time: 14.2 sec @ 101 mph
  5. Nissan 350Z: Base price: $28,255 (2006), 0-to-60-mph time: 5.6 sec, Quarter-mile time: 14.2 sec @ 99 mph
  6. Mazdaspeed 6: Base price: $28,590, 0-to-60-mph time: 5.4 sec, Quarter-mile time: 14.0 sec @ 99 mph
  7. Subaru Legacy 2.5GT: Base price: $28,920, 0-to-60-mph time: 5.3 sec, Quarter-mile time: 14.1 sec @ 97 mph
  8. Pontiac Solstice GXP/Saturn Sky Red Line (automatic): Base price: Solstice GXP, $27,965; Sky Red Line, $29,875, 0-to-60-mph time: 5.2 sec, Quarter-mile time: 14.0 sec @ 98 mph
  9. Ford Mustang GT: Base price: $26,370, 0-to-60-mph time: 5.1 sec, Quarter-mile time: 13.8 sec @ 103 mph
  10. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution RS: Base price: $29,774 (2006), 0-to-60-mph time: 5.1 sec, Quarter-mile time: 13.5 sec @ 103 mph


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