This list is all about the cars that lost the least, and are actually starting to go up in value! Yes! These are the ones that took our good friend deprecation head-on and defeated it!
Let’s take a real look at some cars you may love, but I think are way overrated. Please don't get too mad at me.
For $20,000, you could get a Kia Soul, which I guess is a great car in its own right, but it’s soulless. So, what can you get for $20,000 that’ll keep you grinning from ear to ear?
The newest generation of Mazda Miata is the best one yet by far. It’s got more power, has a hard top, and those truly modern body lines. But, is it the best sports car you can get for $30,000?
Very few things are more satisfying than nailing the perfect shift in a classic H-pattern gearbox, especially when you know that if you do it wrong, bad things can happen. Ouch, that’s a serious money shift! That’s why you never let your friends drive your race car. Unfortunately, the art of using all four limbs to drive a car is becoming a thing of the past. Thanks to ever-increasing terrible traffic, the invention of lifeless, gearless, CVT transmissions, flappy paddle gearboxes being arguably faster than traditional stick shifts, the rise of electric cars with only forward and backward settings, and lazy drivers optioning for automatic gearboxes, you’d think the death of the classic manual transmission is all but assured.
Your car might be trying to kill you… That's right, you may be the proud owner of a death trap! Or in the market for one! And not even know it! While safety features have helped reduce driver deaths to an amazing degree, there are definitely still some cars out there that you need to look out for. And luckily, your friends here at Ideal are going to help keep you and the rest of the world safe.
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