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More Power for Less Dollar: The 20 Cheapest Ways to Get 400 Horsepower

By: · May 10, 2017

-Pop the hood of your car and gaze upon its exposed powertrain. That jumble of metal, plastic, and wires is more than just a source of power; it’s a proverbial ranch, a place that your car’s horses call home.--And as any rancher can tell you, success in this line of work is dependent on buying a strong horse at the right price. Which is why we’ve outlined the 20 least expensive 2017-model-year cars available today with 400 horsepower or more. --We’ve arranged the entrants from most to least expensive, so click through for the biggest high-horsepower bargains.-Cadillac CT6 Luxury 3.0TT-Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat-2015 Lexus RC F-Cadillac XTS V-Sport-Infiniti-Q70L-37L-AWD-Chevrolet Camaro ZL1-Kia K900 Luxury-Price per horsepower: $147--The CTS V-Sport is good. Really good. It’s so good, in fact, that in spite of the Caddy’s wonky CUE infotainment system and mediocre interior materials, the 420-hp twin-turbo V-6 CTS V-Sport finished second in a recent comparison test, just behind the 396-hp Mercedes-AMG E43. CTS COVERAGE ››-Cadillac ATS-V-Lincoln Continental Reserve-Ford Mustang Shelby GT350-Chevrolet Corvette-Genesis G80 5.0 Ultimate-Infiniti Q50/Q60 Red Sport 400-Chevrolet SS-Lincoln MKZ Select AWD-Dodge Charger R/T Scat Pack-Dodge Challenger R/T Scat Pack-2016 Camaro SS-FORD MUSTANG GT

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