We count down 14 cool two-door rides for less than $30,000
While Canadians prefer our cars to have five doors and be dull to drive, there are still plenty of us who appreciate and prefer the style and presence of a two-door coupe. They're sportier, flashier and generally more fun, and in this time of increasing environmental and societal pressures, we should embrace them even stronger.
But if you have a budget of $30,000, what exactly can you find that's got two doors and loads of personality? We've got the answers. Fourteen of them, in fact. And they cover every segment and style available.
Click through to see our picks.
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