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Check Out These Best Performance V6 Cars That Are Extremely Affordable

Gone are the days when cars only used to be an essential household need. Not that they aren’t that today, but the definition of a modern-day car needs to extend beyond simply providing transportation. Today, a car needs to be revamped as per modern needs of style and performance as well, right millennials? 


Slade Lapusnak/Unsplash | A modern day consumer needs a modern day car that performs well in addition to looking great

Talking about modern times, Ferrari just wrapped up the new 296 GTB as its very first conventional electrified contribution to the market. The name of this model is derived from the reference of its 2992cc six-cylinder engine, which allows it to switch from V8 to V6 performance matching its elite sports car range. 

Drooling over the car already, aren’t you? But what if Ferrari’s asking price of 231,000 pounds is making you search for alternatives? Well, don’t you worry!  Here are some of our picks for the best V6 engine cars, including some of the newest sports models. What’s more, these babies are well under the budget of 10,000 pounds, so you can actually imagine one of them parked in your garage. 

Without further delays, strap on those seat belts, and let’s jump straight in!

Volkswagen Golf Mk 5 R32

Volkswagen’s 3.2-liter V6 comes equipped with a high-quality superb engine that has successfully found homage in various cars of the family, including VW and Audi brands. One of the perfect examples of this range is the Volkswagen Golf R32, making its debut in the Mk 4 Golf and then reciprocating in the enormously superior Mk 5 generation.

Audi offered a pretty much identical version of the A3 hatchback, but it was more or less a significant copy of the regular A3. VW’s Golf costs around 5,000 pounds to 8,000 pounds, and if you ask us, it’s a much better model than the Audi.


Julian Hochgesang/Unsplash | The Volkswagen Golf Mk 5 R32 is a model running on the V6 engine, which is extremely high performance

Audi TT 3.2 Quattro

The very first-generation Audi TT looks impartially understated in today’s time, but back in the day when it was first launched, it was highly appreciated and applauded for being a fairly progressive car.

The most arousing TT was the 3.2-liter Quattro version with a V6 engine, using the same gearbox and all-wheel-drive system from the Volkswagen Golf R32. If you value looks over performance and practicality, you must go for the Audi as compared to the VW hatchback. Costing around 2,500 pounds to 5,000 pounds, it isn’t a bad deal considering the price!


Marcel Strauß/Unsplash | The Audi TT Quattro is another high-power model that’s very affordable yet stylish

Summing it up

The V6 engine arrangement is a highly trusted and widely used configuration by numerous manufacturers in automobiles. From family cars to high-performance ones, the V6 fits well in all varieties of vehicles, which is why there are several awesome models that rank high in terms of performance but are still available on a desirable budget. 

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