6 of the last great naturally-aspirated cars you can still buy

Get em before they're gone...

The naturally-aspirated engine is nearing extinction. Over the past decade, almost all of the iconic n/a performance cars have switched to more efficient, turbocharged power units and while they're just as fast, they aren't quite as... special. Anyone who's driven a car with a big n/a engine knows that there's something wonderful about them, that forced induction hasn't managed to replicate just yet.

Here are six of the last remaining n/a driver's cars you can still buy today. Get one while you have the chance!


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Comments (33)

  • Turbo or supercharger?

    Delta S4:Why not both?

      1 year ago
  • Simple, buy an older car

      1 year ago
  • NA is cool especially because it is getting ever more rare to see NA engines in new cars as well as peoples’ modified cars... The first thing I see most people who have a project car do is look at turbos or superchargers to slap onto their Miata or Civic etc.

      1 year ago
  • Its hard for me to decide wich one i would take as i love every aspiration variant

      1 year ago
  • Back in the early 2000's i had a 1.6 ltr deisel Orion, normally aspirated... Got me from Dover to Doncaster and back again on a full tank... Awesome

      1 year ago


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