Two of the cutest sports vehicles ever created compete for your affection.
Even though these two famous sports cars may not be the fastest, they are undoubtedly
Sports cars are often about speed, appearance, and performance.
In Japan, the smallest highway-legal passenger cars with restrictions on size and engine power are known as kei cars
One such vehicle is the Suzuki Cappuccino, which is well-known not just for its original name
The most popular two-seater convertible sports vehicle ever produced is the Mazda Miata
But is it cooler than the Cappuccino, and which one should you buy?
Since Kei vehicles are compact and fuel-efficient in Japan, owning one not only saves you money on the car's
purchase price but also gives you access to lesser taxes and better insurance options.
The range of these Kei vehicles is an additional benefit, giving you a tonne of choices to pick the ideal vehicle
The Cappuccino is a sporty automobile that accelerates quickly and weights less than 1,600 lbs.
The Cappuccino can amazingly go from 0 to 60 in about eight seconds because to its small weight
DOHC turbocharged inline three-cylinder engine, which generates a meagre 63 HP and 75.9 lb-ft of torque.
The Kei vehicle laws, which restrict the manufacturer to a maximum displacement of 660 cc or around 65 HP,