Lots of fun with room for friends!
The only thing more fun than driving a sports car on an open road is bringing your friends along to enjoy the experience. Driving a car shouldn't be boring, so why not make room for more with these amazing four-door sports cars?
We've refreshed this list of the seven best four-door sports cars based on CarMax vehicle and sales data from March 1, 2019 through August 31, 2019. If you're searching for that perfect sports car—start here:
The Subaru WRX offers a sweet balance between power and precision, with plenty of room for passengers. This mini supercar doubles as a functional sedan by day. The 2017 Subaru WRX Limited comes with four doors, a manual six-speed transmission, and a four-cylinder turbo engine that makes 268 horsepower and 258 lb.-ft. of torque. The 2017 Mini Cooper Countryman, meanwhile, brings with it a 2.0L four-cylinder turbo engine on the S model. This makes for a spirited drive that's perfect for windy country lanes.
Of course, the Volkswagen GTI simply must be on any list of great four-door sports cars. This is your classic, torquey hot hatch with a four-cylinder turbo engine (all years), sharp-looking design, and room for friends—and their belongings. Surprised to see a Chevy on this list? Don't be. The Chevrolet SS was sold between 2014 and 2017—a beastly four-door that made 415 hp and 415 lb.-ft. of torque.
While Chevy and Subaru are great, you can't talk four-door sports cars without a BMW on the list—and we've got three beautiful examples. Maybe you want a sporty four-door with twin turbos and a V8—a car like the BMW M5 will definitely put a big smile on your face.
Other options include the 2015 BMW M3 with its capable 425-horsepower, twin-turbocharged six-cylinder engine—or going all-in with the BMW M6 and its 560-horsepower turbocharged V8, with coupe, convertible, or Gran Coupe body style (2012–2018 models).
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