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2003 Acura NSX-T
“All-aluminum unibody construction and lightweight aluminum suspension components give the car a nimble feel, despite its large dimensions, and the electrically assisted power steering provides sublime feedback.” — Edmunds.com   See More Reviews
5.5 sec 
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2003 Acura RSX
“Front bucket seats are very supportive with large side bolsters to keep you in place.” — Chicago Tribune   See More Reviews
8.2 sec 
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2003 Audi S6
4.6 sec 
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2003 Audi S8
4.2 sec 
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2003 Audi TT
“Way cool amber red leather interior with wide-lace baseball-type stitching makes the cabin of the [TT] roadster look like a giant catcher's mitt.” — Automobile   See More Reviews
8.2 sec 
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2003 BMW M3
“Even bystanders who don't know the difference between an M3 and a garden variety 3 Series Coupe might recognize that this car is hot.” — New Car Test Drive   See More Reviews
4.7 sec 
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2003 BMW Z4
“Wind buffeting is low with the top down at highway speeds and the interior is pretty quiet with the top and windows up.” — MSN Autos   See More Reviews
7.9 sec 
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2003 Chevrolet Corvette
“The Corvette endures because it has always represented a performance value.” — New Car Test Drive   See More Reviews
4.1 sec 
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2003 Ford Thunderbird
“This Thunderbird is a thoroughly modern luxury roadster that is based on the Lincoln LS and its excellent front-engine, rear-drive platform.” — Car and Driver   See More Reviews
6.0 sec 
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2003 Honda S2000
“The S2000's long-hood, short-trunk design places the cockpit well back in the vehicle and creates a 50/50 weight distribution that contributes to its excellent handling.” — MSN Autos   See More Reviews
6.4 sec 
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2003 Jaguar XK8
“Comfortable seats sit high enough to provide a good view of the road...” — Consumer Guide   See More Reviews
6.0 sec 
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2003 Lexus SC 430
“Occupants feel some bumps more curtly than expected, but there's no overreaction from the car's firm yet largely yielding suspension.” — Cars.com   See More Reviews
5.4 sec 
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2003 Lotus Esprit
3.9 sec 
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2003 Mercedes-Benz C32 AMG
4.5 sec 
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2003 Mercedes-Benz CLK320
“The base CLK320 draws power from a 215-horsepower 3.2-liter 18-valve V6, while the uplevel CLK500 uses the 302-hp eight-cylinder.” — AutoWeek   See More Reviews
7.8 sec 
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2003 Mercedes-Benz CLK430
6.5 sec 
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2003 Mercedes-Benz CLK500
“The base CLK320 draws power from a 215-horsepower 3.2-liter 18-valve V6, while the uplevel CLK500 uses the 302-hp eight-cylinder.” — AutoWeek   See More Reviews
5.6 sec 
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2003 Mercedes-Benz CLK55 AMG
“Mercedes claims the new top, along with improved aerodynamics, endows the CLK cockpit with best-in-class quiet, registering interior noise levels that are hushed by 2 dBA at 100 mph.” — Car and Driver   See More Reviews
4.2 sec 
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2003 Mercedes-Benz SL500
5.6 sec 
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2003 Mercedes-Benz SLK230
7.8 sec 
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2003 Mercedes-Benz SLK32 AMG
4.1 sec 
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2003 Mercedes-Benz SLK320
7.3 sec 
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2003 Nissan 350Z
“The manual gearbox shifter is delightful to use. It has short, easy throws and the clutch works well with it.” — Carpoint.com   See More Reviews
5.6 sec 
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2003 Porsche 911
“It still requires a skilled driver to extract its full potential, but even those who only manage to scratch the surface of its vast reserves of performance will be thrilled with the results.” — Edmunds.com   See More Reviews
4.9 sec 
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2003 Porsche Boxster
“From a practical standpoint, the Boxster is eminently livable. The top can be raised or lowered at a moment's notice, making top-down motoring an easy decision.” — New Car Test Drive   See More Reviews
6.7 sec 
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2003 Aston Martin DB7 Vantage
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2003 Aston Martin Vanquish
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2003 Audi RS6
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2003 BMW M5
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2003 BMW Z8
“So potent is the engine, the car seems to fly forward rather than roll.” — Edmunds.com   See More Reviews
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2003 Bentley Continental
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2003 Dodge Viper
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2003 Ferrari 360 Modena
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2003 Ferrari 456M
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2003 Ferrari 575M
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2003 Ferrari Enzo
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2003 Jaguar XKR
“Comfortable seats sit high enough to provide a good view of the road...” — Consumer Guide   See More Reviews
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2003 Lamborghini Murcielago
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2003 Maserati Coupe
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2003 Maserati Spyder
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2003 Mercedes-Benz E55 AMG
“Mercedes claims a 0-to-60-mph time of just 4.5 seconds -- we're talking Ferrari territory here.” — Edmunds.com   See More Reviews
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2003 Mercedes-Benz SL55 AMG
“Mercedes has stretched the wheelbase by 1.8 inch, widened the car to carve out some more interior space and then filled it with two seats and a luggage section.” — AutoWeek   See More Reviews
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