Nowadays you can’t get into a new mid-engine sports car for less than $55,000. That’s a lot of money. If you don’t want to spend such a large sum on a car, but still want the pleasure that comes from a mid-ship layout, don’t worry—there’s a ton of great choices on the used market. If you want something really cheap, but still want to stand out, I suggest the Honda Beat. It’s a Japan-market convertible Kei car equipped with a high-revving three-cylinder engine mounted directly behind the driver. It only makes around 64 horsepower, but because it’s so light, there’s endless fun to be had. The best part? Imported examples can be had for around $5000. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Now we want to know: Which cheap mid-engine car do you think is the best? It doesn’t have to be insanely cheap (think under $20,000), and it doesn’t even have to be particularly popular. Let us know in the comments below.