Have a blast behind the wheel!
When finding a vehicle that's fun to drive is more important to you than finding a vehicle that's large and spacious, coupe cars are a great place to start. These two-seater cars tend to be tiny in size but big in maneuverability, power, and handling. Depending on their configurations, coupes can be 2-seater cars or 4-seater cars, though it's worth noting that 4-seater options tend to have smaller seating set up in a two-by-two configuration in the back row. Still, what these compact vehicles may lack in space, they certainly make up for in excitement and handling.
Check out this list of the best coupes of 2018, based on available features and CarMax vehicle sales data from November 1, 2017 through May 31, 2018:
- Honda Civic
- Ford Mustang
- Mercedes-Benz C-Class
- Chevrolet Camaro
- Dodge Challenger
- Mercedes-Benz E-Class
- Cadillac ATS
- BMW 4-Series
- Chevrolet Corvette
- Volkswagen Beetle
Some two-door cars, such as the Honda Civic (available as a coupe), are more practical for the daily commute. Others, such as the Ford Mustang and the Dodge Challenger, are made with speed and power in mind. And of course, there are even luxury vehicles available as coupes, like the Mercedes-Benz C-Class and E-Class, that come loaded with features for an even more enjoyable experience.
No matter what type of coupe you're interested in, our list of top 10 best coupe cars can be a great starting point. With options ranging from vehicles available as practical four-seaters to sporty two-seaters and everything in between, this list should save you some time and hassle when it comes to researching your next vehicle purchase.
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