The Best Four-Door Sports Cars in 2018

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Think about your favorite sports car. If you’re picturing a sleek, low-slung coupe, you’re not alone. Part of the appeal of a sports car is that it is inherently impractical; it tells the world that you value style and excitement over the convenience of a big cargo area, or the ability to easily strap kids into booster seats.

The mere idea of a four-door sports car might be considered sacrilege to some, but there are options for the rest of us to join in on the fun. It’s true that some of the models on this list stretch the definition of a sports car just a bit, but they all honor the spirit of the law, if not the letter. If you don’t want to sacrifice practicality in favor of power, these 2018 four-door sports cars are for you.

Our rankings change over time as we receive new safety and reliability information and reviews from the automotive press. As such, the scores and rankings you see in this slideshow may not match our reviews.

Editor’s note: All prices are listed in $US. Click the MSN Research links for Canadian specs and pricing.

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Small Cars

In general, the small cars on the following slides are the most affordable models on this list (though you’ll spot a few exceptions to that rule as you continue reading).

Today’s small, affordable four-door sports cars are largely descendants of the “hot hatch” era, in which practical, budget-oriented compact cars were dressed up with peppy engines and tuned handling. They couldn’t compete with true sports cars, but they were a blast to drive nonetheless.

Here, you’ll see special versions of veterans like the Honda Civic (pictured bottom) and Volkswagen Golf (pictured top), as well as performance-oriented variants of other modern sporty compacts.

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2018 Honda Civic Type R

$34,990 | U.S. News Overall Score: 8.8/10

The Honda Civic, which was last redesigned in 2016, is a pretty solid car. It looks good, it’s fun to drive, and it offers the choice of several powertrains.

If you climb all the way up the performance ladder, you’ll find the Civic Type R, which has been long sought after by Japanese car enthusiasts but only made its way to American soil last year.

The Type R takes everything about the Civic to the extreme: exterior and interior styling, performance, and driving experience.

A turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine drives the front wheels with 306 horsepower, and a six-speed manual is the only available transmission.

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2018 Ford Focus RS

$41,120 | U.S. News Overall Score: 8.7/10

The Ford Focus RS is an interesting case because it costs more than twice as much as the base Focus and about $16,000 more than the runner-up Focus ST. The upgrades, however, are arguably worth the price in terms of styling and performance.

The Focus RS comes only as a hatchback, accented with a big rear spoiler and an exclusive body kit. 350 horsepower comes from a 2.3-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine paired to a six-speed manual transmission, and unlike other Focus models, the power goes to all four corners. Other upgrades include a sport suspension, selectable driving modes, and a sport exhaust with dual tips.

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2018 Volkswagen Golf R

$39,785 | U.S. News Overall Score: 8.6/10

The Volkswagen Golf and GTI have been in the United States since the mid-1970s, but it was always a relatively modest little thing. That started to change in 2004 when Volkswagen brought the first Golf R32 model to the United States, which led to the Golf R.

VW dispenses with the Golf’s traditional front-wheel-drive setup, opting instead for the brand’s 4Motion all-wheel drive system. A turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine supplies 292 horsepower. Six-speed manual and dual-clutch automatic transmissions are available. Styling is sportier than the plain-Jane Golf, but is still more mature than some of its competitors.

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2018 Subaru WRX STI

$36,095 | U.S. News Overall Score: 8.4/10

The STI is the high-end version of the Subaru WRX sedan (which is itself a high-end version of the affordable Impreza). Subaru takes pride in its heritage as a rally racing brand, and that DNA is apparent in the WRX STI’s aggressive exterior and interior styling.

Like most Subarus, the WRX STI features standard all-wheel drive, but it puts down considerably more power. You’ll get a turbocharged 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 305 horsepower, and like some of the other four-door sports cars in this slideshow, you’d better know how to drive a manual, since a six-speed is the only available transmission.

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2018 Ford Fiesta ST

$21,285 | U.S. News Overall Score: 8.4/10

If you can’t spring for the Ford Focus RS, think smaller. The subcompact Ford Fiesta range tops out at the ST, which is also available only as a hatchback.

The 197-horsepower turbocharged 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine comes paired to a six-speed manual transmission. A sport-tuned suspension gives the Fiesta ST excellent handling but, like the other models in the Fiesta range, the Fiesta ST is available only with front-wheel drive.

If you’re interested in owning a Fiesta ST with a more custom feel, the Recaro upgrade package gives you heated front Recaro sport seats with an exclusive color scheme.

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Midsize Cars

If you are one of those shoppers who tends to overlook the midsize car class entirely, you’re missing out on some gems. A few members of this class qualify for four-door sports car status by offering up peppy drivetrains and sport-tuned handling.

While the performance upgrades lend driving enjoyment, these well-rounded sedans are also more practical than most of the models in this slideshow. As a bonus, these cars blend into the crowd, rather than stand out, which makes them a good choice for buyers who might not want the attention that comes with a more traditional sports car.

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2018 Honda Accord 2.0T 6MT

$30,310 | U.S. News Overall Score: 9.1/10

The Honda Accord has been completely redesigned for 2018, further cementing its status as one of the best midsize cars on the market. The Accord is practical yet fun in every configuration, but tracking down the turbocharged, manual model is particularly worth the effort.

Look for an Accord Sport equipped with the optional 252-horsepower turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine. This model comes standard with an automatic transmission, but a six-speed manual is available at no charge. Keep in mind that this combination, an anachronism of sorts in our modern age, might require a special order, but you’ll be rewarded with a practical and affordable sedan that brings you secret joy.

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2018 Ford Fusion Sport

$33,750 | U.S. News Overall Score: 8.6/10

Of the midsize sedans that earn a spot on this list, the Ford Fusion Sport brings forth the most power. The Fusion is a midrange sedan in base form, but steadily and notably improves as you move through the trims, with higher-end trim levels providing near-luxury levels of comfort.

The comfortable Fusion Sport tops them all with a twin-turbocharged 2.7-liter V6 engine that puts out 325 horsepower. All-wheel drive comes standard, along with a six-speed automatic transmission. That is quite a lot of power from an unexpected source, resulting in quite a sleeper of a four-door sports car.

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2018 Mazda6 Grand Touring

$29,200 | U.S. News Overall Score: 8.5/10 (2017)

The Mazda6 is another midsize sedan that is well-liked for its modern yet understated styling, deft handling, and enthusiastic engines.

The best choice in the lineup is the Grand Touring model, which comes equipped with a turbocharged 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine that puts out 250 horsepower. The Mazda6 is front-wheel drive, and the Grand Touring comes only with a six-speed automatic transmission. The Mazda6 Grand Touring is pretty well-equipped, particularly in terms of active safety features. For more high-end features, look at the Grand Touring Reserve and Signature models.

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Large Cars

Need more passenger and cargo space than you’ll get from a midsize sedan? Check out these sporty large cars.

We have two choices here, a mainstream sedan and some traditional American muscle. Though they are as different as can be, both deliver on the promise of an enjoyable driving experience wrapped up in the practicality of a four-door package.

Whether you want a car that flies under the radar or one that turns heads, here are two great choices for large four-door sports car.

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2018 Nissan Maxima

$33,270 | U.S. News Overall Score: 8.5/10

Don’t dismiss the Nissan Maxima as a run-of-the-mill large family sedan. Sure, if that’s what you want, it certainly hits those benchmarks. And, sure, it blends into the crowd instead of standing out. If you are buying a four-door sports car primarily for commuting and family duty, the Maxima’s understated approach will probably work to your advantage. If you want a four-door sports car that is affordable, practical, safe, and efficient, this is it. You’ll get 300 horsepower from the 3.5-liter V6, a continuously variable transmission, and front-wheel drive.

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2018 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat

$66,295 | U.S. News Overall Score: 7.9/10

If you have been scouring this list looking for a supercharged Hemi engine, the Charger SRT Hellcat might be just your thing. Unlike many of the options on this list of four-door sports cars, there’s no chance of a Charger Hellcat flying under the radar, but that is exactly why so many people love it.

This sedan is a few design details removed from a traditional American muscle car. It hides 707 horsepower under the hood from a 6.2-liter V8 engine. An eight-speed automatic transmission is tasked with delivering all that power, and you will find it surprisingly smooth.

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Luxury Small Cars

It’s time to move a little more upscale. If you are looking for a four-door sports car with high-end styling, a super comfortable interior, and cutting-edge technology, you are in the right place. A couple of these models are quite new and are definitely a little outside of the norm. Take a look at the best four-door sports cars from our luxury small car rankings.

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2018 Audi S5 Sportback

$54,400 | U.S. News Overall Score: 9.1/10

Audi redesigned the A5 for the 2018 model year and introduced an all-new five-door Sportback. Whether or not you choose to count the hatch as an extra door is a matter of semantics, but for our purposes, this luxury small car makes a fine addition to our roundup of four-door sports cars.

Skip the base A5, though. It’s lovely, but you’ll probably want better performance. There are two S5 models, and you’ll be fine with the less-expensive Premium Plus, which is powered by a turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 engine that makes 354 horsepower. An eight-speed automatic transmission, a sport suspension, and all-wheel drive come standard.

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2018 Kia Stinger GT

$38,350 | U.S. News Overall Score: 9.1/10

Kia built a legitimate sports car, and it is legitimately impressive. The all-new Stinger earns one of the top spots in our luxury small car rankings, and it can hold its own against most of its rivals in terms of comfort and performance, despite its much lower price.

The base Stinger is sleek, stylish, and well-equipped, but for an extra $7,000 or so, you get much better performance in the GT. The twin-turbocharged 3.3-liter V6 engine, paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission, pumps out 365 horsepower. A selectable driving mode system comes standard along with rear-wheel drive. All-wheel drive is available.

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2018 Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio

$73,700 | U.S. News Overall Score: 9.1/10

The Alfa Romeo Giulia is another relatively recent entry to this segment and has been riding high since its 2017 debut.

The best four-door sports car in the Giulia lineup is the top-end Quadrifoglio, which features a twin-turbocharged 2.9-liter V6 engine paired to an eight-speed automatic transmission. This combination puts a zippy 505 horsepower to the ground through the rear wheels.

The Giulia Quadrifoglio also features absolutely fantastic handling, good enough to put some of its competitors to shame, and standard selectable driving modes. The exotic Italian styling is icing on the cake.

2018 Cadillac ATS-V

$61,595 | U.S. News Overall Score: 8.8/10

The Cadillac ATS-V is the lone domestic option on our list of four-door sports cars from the luxury small car segment. Even if you’re not specifically seeking out a Detroit brand, the ATS-V, which is the top model in the ATS lineup, is still a great choice.

On the practical side, this car has great crash test scores and a long list of standard features. On the fun side, we’re talking about 464 horsepower from a 3.6-liter V6 engine boosted by twin turbochargers. The ATS-V is rear-wheel drive, is offered with the choice of a six-speed manual or eight-speed automatic transmission, and features an adaptive suspension for excellent handling.

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2018 BMW M3

$65,500 | U.S. News Overall Score: 8.7/10

The BMW 3 Series is a great small car with a long and rich history as a point of entry to the luxury market. Until you get to the top-of-the-line M3, though, it’s really a sporty car rather than a sports car.

The M3 has a turbocharged 3.0-liter six-cylinder engine rated for 425 horsepower, a six-speed manual transmission, and rear-wheel drive. If you’d like your M3 to stand out from the sea of 3 Series on the road, BMW offers a Competition Package that boosts horsepower, enhances steering, upgrades the suspension, and includes exclusive styling elements to make your M3 look as special as it feels.

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2018 Mercedes-AMG C63 S

$73,700 | U.S. News Overall Score: 8.4/10

The Mercedes C-Class is a fine lineup, but potential buyers interested in a four-door sports car should go straight to the AMG models (which also come in tempting coupe and convertible body styles, alongside the sedan). These finely tuned cars provide plenty of power and are accentuated by rich exhaust tones.

In the top trim, the C63 S, a twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V8 engine puts 503 horsepower to the rear wheels and comes paired to a seven-speed automatic transmission. This car handles gracefully, too, staying firmly planted through corners. The AMG C63 S also comes standard with some of the most advanced safety features on the market.

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2018 Audi RS 3

$54,900 | U.S. News Overall Score: 8.1/10

This model is new for this year, and it stuffs a 400-horsepower, 2.5-liter five-cylinder engine under the hood of the small sedan. All-wheel drive, a magnetic ride control suspension, and a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission come standard for supreme handling and acceleration. The RS 3 also gets plush quilted Nappa leather seating as an exclusive interior upgrade.

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2018 Infiniti Q50 Red Sport 400

$51,000 | U.S. News Overall Score: 8.0/10

The Infiniti Q50 doesn’t perform that well in our luxury small car rankings. In this case, however, we are only interested in the top-of-the-line Red Sport 400, which fares somewhat better against the competition than the rest of the Q50 lineup.

Its 400-horsepower rating, courtesy of a tuned twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V6, is right up there with class leaders. A seven-speed automatic transmission delivers power to all four wheels, and its steering and handling are finely balanced. The Q50 Red Sport 400 also has distinctive styling that sets it apart from the German-heavy class.

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2018 Mercedes-AMG CLA45

$50,400 | U.S. News Overall Score: 7.7/10

The entry-level models in the Mercedes-Benz CLA range fall a little short of most of the competitors mentioned here in terms of performance and features. It has plenty of features, make no mistake, but they’re just a little less user-friendly than you might expect.

However, if you are driving the AMG CLA45, you might not mind that much. This model comes powered by a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine paired to a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission, putting down 375 horsepower to all four wheels. This model also includes sport-tuned brakes, suspension, and exhaust.

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Luxury Midsize Cars

Next up, our picks for the best four-door sports cars from our luxury midsize car rankings. You’ll see a lot of familiar names here, which is a good sign that these brands can consistently deliver solid-performing vehicles.

This category kicks off with a well-rounded midsize sedan from one of the top luxury brands on the market, which should be no surprise if you have been paying attention to this list so far.

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2018 BMW M5

$102,600 | U.S. News Overall Score: 9.1/10

If the 3 Series is the icon of entry-level German luxury, the 5 Series is its bigger, more executive-minded brother, and always a solid pick, even if the base models are a little mundane in the horsepower department.

With the M5, though, you’ll enjoy 600 horsepower from a twin-turbocharged 4.4-liter V8 engine. A smooth eight-speed automatic transmission is included, and all-wheel drive is part of the package, too. The tricky M5 can actually switch from rear-wheel drive to all-wheel drive, depending on the driver’s needs.

This well-rounded car is one of the fastest sedans on the road, but it also makes a capable and comfortable commuter.

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2018 Audi S6

$71,900 | U.S. News Overall Score: 8.7/10

The Audi A6 lineup is the winner of U.S. News’ award for the 2018 Best Luxury Midsize Car for Families, which gives plenty of insight into its true nature. At its heart, this is a comfortable and reasonably practical luxury sedan, and though Audi doesn’t skimp on its performance capabilities, speed seems secondary to the A6’s serenity.

Of course, that’s why we chose the S6 trim, which boasts 450 horsepower from a turbocharged 4.0-liter V8 engine. All-wheel drive is standard, as is typical of high-end Audi models, and the transmission is a smooth-shifting eight-speed automatic.

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2018 Mercedes-AMG E63 S

$104,400 | U.S. News Overall Score: 8.7/10

How about 603 horsepower in your luxury midsize sedan? The top-end AMG version of the Mercedes E-Class delivers just that, produced by a twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 engine. This is the most powerful engine in the E-Class family by far, and one of the highest horsepower ratings you’ll find in this entire slideshow.

You’ll also get a nine-speed automatic transmission, all-wheel drive, Nappa leather seating, and most of the numerous features available in the E-Class family. If you can’t decide between a true sports car or a true luxury car, this might be your best bet.

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2018 Lexus GS F

$84,350 | U.S. News Overall Score: 8.5/10

You might have noticed that this is the lone Japanese entry in the luxury midsize cars category to get the designation of a four-door sports car. If you’re looking at the Lexus GS F for that reason, you’ll probably be happy with your choice, since it’s more practical than most of the other options here.

The GS scores high in safety and reliability, and its interior has a nice build quality. The GS F model comes with a 5.0-liter V8 engine rated for 467 horsepower, with an eight-speed automatic transmission that delivers smooth acceleration for an enjoyable freeway commute.

2018 Cadillac CTS-V

$86,495 | U.S. News Overall Score: 8.5/10

Cadillac’s midsize CTS might be the last entry in this category to make the cut, but it’s still a good option, particularly if you go for the high-performance CTS-V.

The classy-looking CTS lineup is known for great handling, particularly when cornering, and retains that great quality even when the horsepower is dialed up to 640. That power comes from a supercharged 6.2-liter V8, which is one of the beefiest engines in the class, though it feels totally refined. A limited-slip differential, upgraded brakes, an adaptive suspension, and rear-wheel drive complete the package.

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Luxury Large Cars

So far, this slideshow has covered plenty of options for buyers on a variety of budgets, but these are absolute top of the line, stylish and opulent large sedans with impressive power specifications.

These top-end cars are well liked by professional automotive critics, as well as consumers who have had the opportunity to drive them. That said, they aren’t a homogenous group, and there are plenty of differences between these manufacturers and models. Take a look and see which of these upscale four-door sports cars is the best match for you.

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2018 Tesla Model S P100D

$135,000 | U.S. News Overall Score: 9.3/10

The Tesla Model S is a luxury car that stands apart from the rest of the crowd thanks to its fully electric drivetrain and its controversial use of semi-autonomous Autopilot technology. It’s also awesomely powerful.

All three trim levels get the same 518-horsepower electric drivetrain and standard all-wheel drive. The main differences are in the electric range, with more expensive models able to travel farther between charges, and performance tuning that makes higher trim levels a little quicker.

The top-end P100D model, for example, features an exclusive Ludicrous Speed mode. Laugh at the name if you want, but its 2.5-second zero-to-60-mph time makes this one of the fastest cars in the world.

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2018 Audi RS 7 Performance

$130,000 | U.S. News Overall Score: 9.0/10

The Audi A7 comes in a bunch of trim levels, and to be frank, the high-performance S7 will be more than enough to satisfy most potential buyers in terms of power and luxury. However, those who can spend well over six figures on a four-door sports car should go straight to the RS 7.

The most important factor, of course, is what hides under the hood. You’ll get a turbocharged 4.0-liter V8 engine good for 560 horsepower, along with an eight-speed automatic transmission, standard all-wheel drive, and the Audi Drive Select driving mode system.

The RS 7 Performance, which starts at $130,000, features a tuned version of that same engine good for 605 horsepower.

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2018 Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid

$184,400 | U.S. News Overall Score: 9.0/10

Porsche knows sports cars, though most of its offerings are of the two-door variety. For Porsche performance in a more practical package, take a look at the Panamera, particularly the range-topping Turbo S E-Hybrid.

This plug-in hybrid model is all new for 2018 and puts down a whopping 680 horsepower thanks to its combination of a twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 engine and an electric motor. An eight-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission comes standard. This is the most powerful Panamera sold to date, and well deserving of the four-door sports car designation. You’ll also get an infotainment system with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and a Wi-Fi hot spot.

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2018 Mercedes-AMG S65

$229,500 | U.S. News Overall Score: 9.0/10

If you have a quarter-million dollars to spend on a four-door sports car, look to the Mercedes S-Class – and head straight to the top-end S65, developed in tandem with Mercedes’ AMG tuning partner. This model comes loaded with every feature available on the ultra-luxurious S-Class line, and more than enough power to ensure a quick commute. The twin-turbo V12 engine produces 621 horsepower and comes with a nine-speed automatic transmission. An adaptive sport-tuned suspension adjusts on the fly to compensate for the road’s surface, letting you drive as easy or as hard as you’d like.

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2018 Audi S8 Plus

$115,900 | U.S. News Overall Score: 8.6/10

Audi’s largest luxury car ranks high amongst its competitors thanks to its extremely upscale interior and athletic performance that is deceptively good for a car this size, especially considering all American A8 models come exclusively in an extra-long extended-wheelbase version.

The S8 Plus is powered by a twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V8 engine that is tuned to produce 605 horsepower. An eight-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive provide smooth acceleration and stable handling.Though this is the top-end model in the A8 lineup, there are still a bunch of packages and optional features to help you get your S8 exactly the way you want it.

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2018 Mercedes-AMG CLS 63 S

$108,900 | U.S. News Overall Score: 8.3/10

Mercedes is one of the brand names that is synonymous with German luxury, and its AMG performance division has plenty of experience turning upscale vehicles into true sports cars.

In base form, the CLS is a pretty good luxury car that stands out from rivals with coupe-like styling and powerful engines. With the AMG model, however, you’ll get 577 horsepower from a turbocharged 5.5-liter V8 engine matched to a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission and standard all-wheel drive.

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2018 BMW M6 Gran Coupe

$119,800 | U.S. News Overall Score: 8.3/10

The BMW 6 Series is available in four trim levels, but the best interpretation of a four-door sports car is the M6 Gran Coupe. That’s because the M6 is the only model that skips the standard eight-speed automatic transmission in favor of a seven-speed automatic or, even better, a six-speed manual, the better to really experience the 560-horsepower, twin-turbocharged V8 engine.

The 6 Series isn’t the most athletic model in the BMW lineup, but it handles well enough to keep you engaged. This sophisticated sedan features an intuitive infotainment system, wireless device charging, and a Wi-Fi hot spot.

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2018 Jaguar XJR575

$122,400 | U.S. News Overall Score: 7.5/10

In a a lot of ways, the Jaguar XJ falls short of its competition. It’s not quite as spacious as most other super luxury cars, and some of its features are a little out of date. However, this Jaguar’s understated elegance and distinctly British styling are positive ways in which it stands out, and this four-door sports car is well worth buying if those qualities tick your boxes.

The top-end XJR575 is new for this year. You’ll get a supercharged 5.0-liter V8 engine that makes – you guessed it – 575 horsepower, along with an eight-speed automatic transmission. JaguarDrive Control lets you select a driving mode based on preference and road conditions.

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