While the breadth and quality of the classic-car market may be at an all-time high, so are the prices. In an era when muscle cars can bring seven figures and televised collector auctions are considered quality entertainment, it’s hard not to become at least a little cynical. To help take the edge off, we compiled a list of late-model vehicles that we feel have a good shot of becoming classics in every sense of the term.
To narrow our list to a manageable size, we limited our choices to vehicles from the 2010 model year or newer—and those with retail prices of below $100,000 when introduced. While none of these models can be considered “cheap” yet, they are generally new enough that unmolested examples can still be found for a reasonable price. And remember—the best part about owning any car is driving it. If a return on your investment is your primary goal, consider a stamp collection.
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