Modifying cars has become a growing trend among many racers, car enthusiasts and just generally by teenagers. Some modifications can be done so well and others can be done cheaply and tackily. I have comprised a list of the cars that are the best for modifying… tastefully.
1. Dodge Calibre SRT-4
With 300 horses under the bonnet and a turbo engine it is the perfect car for a fun race and on a road of drag slip. With a front wheel drive, the only internal modification that the Dodge Caliber would really benefit from would be a limited slip differential.
2. Chevrolet Cobalt SS
This Chevvy has 260 horses running amuck under the hood of this car. It has a tough suspension and an injected turbo engine. It is a nippy number that is easily labelled a FWD sports car. With bucket seats and a no-lift feature this car is the ideal base for a supped-up sports car.
3. Ford Mustang GT
An automotive legend in its own right. With looks, agility, performance and aggressive power. The latest 2010 model has a whole new look; vibe and stunning interior and it comes with 15 more horses than its predecessors. This is a car that doesn’t need any modifications, but each to their own.
4. Subaru WRX
This rally-bred turbo charged sedan races off the lights from 0-60mph in 6 seconds. It has burling 265 ponies and is an already established car for road racers and fast drivers. With 41 more horses than its predecessor, the Subaru is a road tearing beast that rally drivers can’t get enough of. It is the ideal car if someone wants a car to modify.
5. BMW 3 Series
If a car is being benchmarked, then you know it’s a tough competitor to beat. With the latest 325i coupe, this 3 series combines genuine luxury, performance and an exciting twin-turbo boasting 300 horses. With a hefty price tag around its neck, it’s not the cheapest however it is to be said underrated and a car that will shift some significant power.