The demise of affordable performance models like Toyota GR86, Ford Fiesta ST and Honda Civic Type R: How car makers are pricing driving enthusiasts out of the new car market | Opinion

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Affordable performance cars are a lot like hamburgers. Once they were simple, plentiful and didn’t cost the earth

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