When you’ve spent $1,000 in a year, it’s no wonder that you can get a good deal.
With so many options, and some good deals available to buy, you can find a car that suits your budget and lifestyle.
Here’s our round-up of the best new sports car deals for 2019.
What’s new in 2019?
New sports car models and models with a lower price tag: The Ford Focus RS ($18,695, 6.2L) has been one of our favorites for the past few years, and now it has been updated to have an option for a $1k incentive.
You’ll pay $1.7k more than a standard RS, but the car will also be offered with a $500 discount on the base price.
The Chevrolet Impala ($17,995, 5.7L) is another great option for those who like their hatchbacks and sedans at a lower cost.
It has a new 6.4L V8 engine that delivers 622 horsepower and 663 pound-feet of torque.
It also gets a new five-speed manual transmission and will be offered in three colors: red, black, and gray.
The Impala is also available in an optional 2.0T sport suspension.
Porsche 918 Spyder ($21,795, 5L) The 918 is the last of the new 911s and is the most expensive car in the lineup.
It is a four-door hatchback that has been redesigned for 2018.
The car gets a four door, a turbocharged 2.5-liter flat-four, and a 6-speed dual clutch automatic transmission.
Pentagon has updated its 2018 lineup with the M2 Sport and is offering a $2k incentive for the M3 Sport model.
This new car will offer the same basic options as the M1, but it has a lower base price of $28,995.
Ford has upgraded the Focus RS with a 4-wheel-drive system and will also offer the Ford Fusion for $23,995 with a 2.8L V6 engine.
Volkswagen says the $22,495 Eos is now available with a six-speed automatic transmission and an aluminum body.
New Audi Sportwagen GTI ($23,495, 5T) The GTI is one of the more popular hatchbacks of the lineup, but with a price tag of $29,995 it’s not exactly a bargain.
It gets a 5-speed turbocharged diesel engine with a 6.5L V4 and gets an optional six-speaker audio system.
In 2018, the Porsche 918 Turbo will be getting a 3.0L V12 engine, which is a direct copy of the 918.
It can deliver 672 horsepower and 762 pound-ft of torque, but will be available in four different paint schemes: Red, black and silver.
A brand new Volkswagen e-Golf ($24,495) is the new hatchback of the 2019 lineup.
The Golf is a super sports car that gets a turbocharger and four wheels.
It’s also the only sports car available for $24,995 over the standard E-Goll.
Chrysler has updated the 2018 lineup, including the Acura RLX ($25,995), Acura TLX ($27,995) and the Chevrolet Volt ($27.5k).
The Volt has been a hit with buyers and will now be offered as an all-wheel drive version.
Chevrolet will also introduce a new version of the LS5 sedan, the Chevrolet Camaro SS ($26,995).
The new Camaro will come with an optional 5.0 liter V6 diesel engine that can deliver 535 horsepower and 630 pound-frees.
As for the Porsche, they have also updated the 2019 offerings, but for the most part it’s still the same car, albeit with a few tweaks.
The 2018 Acura RDX ($30,995 is now a 2-door sports car with an electric motor) and 2018 Acuso STI ($30k) are the most recent changes.