Inexpensive Investment Cars for 2018
It’s difficult to come up with a list for “top collector cars for 2018” because every car collector’s tastes are different example if you are a Ferrari enthusiast, you will want to know about the top Ferrari investments for the year, and not be as much interested in Lamborghinis, Mclarens, Jaguars or Porsches,
If you do not have a brand preference but rather wish to purchase an investment car that will go up in value, there are quite a few super cars and classics that we have predicted to be a “good buy” in 2018 and are expected to rise in value throughout subsequent decades.
In November 2017, The Telegraph listed 20 “cheap, usable cars” that its car experts believe will rise in value.
By “cheap” of course the author meant “inexpensive.”
The list includes cars that are on the verge of becoming future classics – which is when they are expected to rise in value.
The Telegraph’s list includes the Mk1 Focus, designed by Ford of Europe in 1998. Today, the It’s difficult to come up with a list for “top collector cars for 2018” because every car collector’s tastes are different.can sell for anywhere from £2000 to £8000 pounds.
The Citroen XM is on the list, as well as the SAAB 900 Turbo.
The BMW Mini – a redesigned version of the original BMC (British Motor Corporation) Mini – is becoming more and more popular, especially if you can find one with low mileage. (Of course low mileage is a selling point for most classic and super cars!)
The Lexus LS400,especially the coupe model featuring V8 engines and rear-wheel drive, is a full-sized luxury car that was popular during its “first run” and is expected to maintain that popularity.
The Ford Capri is inexpensive today – but not quite as inexpensive as they were two years ago.
Check the price increases and purchase one if you can find one with low mileage.
Rarity will increase value of sought after cars.
That’s expected to be the case with the Citroen C6 not exactly a super but according to many, there are only about 600 of these beauties in the UK at the present time, so low mileage vehicles will rise in value as demand for this rarity increases.