Why choose OnlineAuto?

We take care of buying your car for you. We work with you to get a great deal on the car you want, delivered to your door, without all the annoying bits.

We won’t tell you what to buy, try and up sell accessories or convince you to buy something other than car of your dreams. Instead, we’ll take the time to listen to your needs and present you with all the facts for all of your options, taking a completely unbiased approach.

Then, we’ll serach for the best possible deals on the market to help you find the right car for your lifestyle, at a great price and heloing you save thousands.

Request a Quote


Safe, simple and smart way to sell your used car
Get a free quote now!

Body Type FAQs: Sports

While it’s difficult to define an outright sports car, the recipe typically calls for a powerful engine and upgraded suspension hardware that makes the package not only fast in a straight line, but around corners, too.

The traditional definition of a sports car lends itself to a relatively small, low-slung coupe package that offers a heap of acceleration and remains flat and manouvrable in corners. 

While the archetypal sports car image tends to centre mostly on a two-seat package that you’ll find in exotic supercars, but you can actually find sports cars within a huge number of bodyshapes, including hatchbacks, sedans, SUVs and wagons.

Depending on your price point, the most popular sports cars come in the form of the Ford Mustang, Porsche 911, Nissan Z, Toyota GR86, Mazda MX-5, Mercedes-Benz C Class, Hyundai i30 N, Toyota GR Yaris and the Golf GTI. 

On the exotic side of the market, popular sports supercars include the Ferrari F8 and SF90 Stradale, Lamborghini Huracan and Aventador, Aston Martin DB11 and the McLaren 720S.

For those with a more realistic budget, sticking to affordable sports cars is easier than you might think. 

This is thanks to great options within the affordable sports car market including the Subaru BRZ, Toyota GR86, Golf GTI, Mazda MX-5, Hyundai i30N, Toyota Yaris GR, Renault Meganne RS, Ford Focus ST, Subaru WRX, Mini Cooper, and the Ford Mustang.

In the process of making a car faster around corners, you also make it less comfortable on a typical drive. That’s why the most comfortable sports cars typically feature an adaptive suspension system that is able to hold tight in the corners while loosening up while commuting. 

Some of the most comfortable sports cars, with and without adaptive suspension systems include the Subaru BRZ, Mazda MX-5, BMW M3, Audi R8, Porsche 911, Chevrolet Corvette, Jaguar F Type and the Mercedes AMG GT.

Have any questions? Call us on 1300 719 925

car icon
close sticky hub button


Maximum of 3 vehicles