It's a shame really, It adds a nice challenge though for those who are really into custom work.
Honestly though, your best bet for performance without breaking the bank is pretty much what was already mentioned. Intake, Exhaust and a Tune.
Those three alone should really perk up that V6 and make your car more fun to drive.
Then some light suspension work, maybe lower it, add a strut tower bar, and some sticky tires and you can corner quicker to match that extra power
And yea, stay away from performance "chips" There is no substitute for an actual tune. Chips work by tricking your ECM into thinking conditions are different, this just opens up doors for problems to come in, and you really don't gain any power from em.
Also, stay away from any electric turbo or supercharger, it's all a gimmick to get your money. All they're good for is keeping you cool on a hot day. They don't deliver nearly enough airflow at anywhere near enough pressure to even make a difference, and if they did, you would have to tune the ECM to handle that "boost"