8. Subaru BRZ
Some poor, misguided individuals think that for a car to be fun to drive, it must produce well over 300 horsepower, but the BRZ is proving that notion wrong. The simple, rear-wheel drive coupe comes with a naturally-aspirated four-cylinder engine, which helps it achieve 25 mpg in the city and 34 mpg on the highway. Thanks to the position and configuration of the engine, as well as a well-tuned suspension, the BRZ provides an incredibly pure driving experience as the car moves fluidly through turns of all kind. While the backseat is pretty much a joke, the front seats are incredibly comfortable. The coupe can be had with a manual transmission that only adds to the driving fun, plus an exterior design that is attractive and fresh. It is also a sports car you can realistically drive on a daily basis without racking up fuel costs or trips to the mechanic.