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Most & Least Fun Cars to Drive

January 9, 2014

Some cars are fun to drive and some, well...not so much. Whether it's bad handling, not enough power, or a little bit of both, some cars are just not as fun to drive as others.

Consumer Reports recently came up with their list of cars that are the most fun -- and those that are the least fun -- based on things like handling, steering feel, acceleration and sound.

On the fun list are the likes of the Mini Cooper S, Jaguar XJ, Volkswagen Golf, Porsche Cayenne and BMW X1. Those on the least fun list include the Toyota 4Runner, Jeep Compass, Nissan Versa, and BMW 750Li.

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Most Fun

Sports/Sporty CarsBWM 135i
BMW 328i
Cadillac ATS
Ford Focus ST
Ford Mustang
Mazda Miata
Mini Cooper S
Porsche Boxter
Scion FR-S
Subaru BRZ
Luxury CarsAudi A6
Infiniti M37
Jaguar XJ
Porsche Panamera
Tesla Model S
Compact & Subcompact Ford Focus
Volkswagen Golf
Small SUVsBMW X1
Ford Escape
Mini Cooper Countryman
Nissan Juke
Volkswagen Tiguan
Midsized SUVsPorsche Cayenne

Least Fun

Sports/Sporty CarsAcura ILX
Chevrolet Camaro
Nissan 370Z
Luxury CarsBWM 750Li
Volvo S80 3.2
Compact & SubcompactNissan Versa
Scion iQ
Smart ForTwo
Small SUVsJeep Compass
Midsized SUVsToyota 4Runner

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- Gregg Fidan

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Gregg Fidan + is the founder of RealCarTips. After being ripped off on his first car purchase, he devoted several years to figuring out the best ways to avoid scams and negotiate the best car deals. He has written hundreds of articles on the subject of car buying and taught thousands of car shoppers how to get the best deals.

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