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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sports_car

A sports car, or sportscar, is a small, usually two-seater, two-door automobile designed for .... Hispano-Suiza's Alfonso XIII is also considered one of the earliest sports cars, developed between 1911 and 1914 from the successful Coupe de ...

www.autoinsurance.org/what-is-considered-a-sports-car-for-insurance

Insurance companies classify a vehicle as a sports car by looking at the number of cylinders, the horsepower, the make and model, the weight of the vehicle, ...

www.carinsurancecomparison.com/how-do-auto-insurance-companies-define-sports-cars

Sports cars are expensive to insure not only because they can go fast and are therefore considered riskier, but also because they are expensive to repair.

blog.aisinsurance.com/2010/08/03/how-do-insurance-companies-define-sports-cars

Aug 3, 2010 ... Engine Size – More often if the car has a large engine (V-8 or bigger) it will be considered a sports car. These cars put out more power and are ...

jalopnik.com/what-is-a-sports-car-exactly-1190468446

Aug 23, 2013 ... Sports cars are a pretty simple classification, right? In today's world of grancoupes and front-drive fastbacks and 3200+ lb Ferrari two-doors, ...

www.carinsurance.com/what-is-considered-sports-car.aspx

Nov 10, 2009 ... Insurance companies have their own specifications for what is considered a sports car when they generate insurance rates.

www.roadandtrack.com/car-culture/a28225/sports-car-definition

Feb 19, 2016 ... What I heard is that the Mustang is a "sports car," not a "sedan. ... That same car with a permanent hardtop was considered a "Grand Tourer", ...

www.sapling.com/6317823/considered-sports-car-insurance

Apr 14, 2010 ... Your vehicle identification number or VIN is the tell-all for insurance providers. When they plug in your VIN, if any sports car features pop up you ...

www.thetruthaboutinsurance.com/what-do-insurance-companies-consider-a-sports-car

Jul 11, 2011 ... So, you're in the market for a new car. Perhaps you're looking to make a conservative purchase, but one that still makes driving fun.