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What's the best car with a naturally aspirated engine?

I am looking for a car with a naturally aspirated engine as I dislike all turbo ones. My favourite is a Toyota GT86 - are there any other ones for under £15k

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Mazda takes the naturally-aspirated route with its petrol engines. The Mazda MX-5 is a good alternative to the GT86 and has the bonus of a convertible roof.
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