You Can Bring Money To Your Home – Increase The Value Of Used Cars – Car Engine

Alfa Romeo GTV (1993-2004)
The top version of the GTV is powered by the deservedly popular Busso V6 (218-240 hp), contributing greatly to the significant price increase for the model. Although the price of most Italian cars is not rising as much as that of its German counterparts, well-maintained specimens are now charged for as much as 30,000 euros (approximately 10.4 million forints). Based on vehicle history checks, 29% of these cars have experienced various faults that could affect the car’s performance, so proper technical condition is especially important at GTV.

Audi V8 (1988-1993)
Shortly before the A8, the Audi V8 was the company’s flagship. The type is much rarer than its competitors ’counterparts, so it’s no surprise that the value of the luxury sedan has started to rise. According to reports, only 9% of these cars had faults and 18% had their odometer reversed.


BMW 540i (1992-1996)
The V8 version of the E34 generation (286 hp) was only available for a few years, making it much rarer in Europe and the US than the M5 (315-340 hp). Its performance is similar to that of the M5, and while the latter is worth the stars, the 540i is much cheaper. But not for a long time…

Jaguar XK8 (1996-2006)
Debuted in the 90s, the Jaguar XK8 was available in coupe and convertible versions, and one of the first truly modern Jaguars set the bar on the fronts of quality, technology and durability. At present, at least 15-20 thousand euros (approximately 5.2-6.9 million HUF) have to be filled in for a well-maintained, well-kept copy, and the top model XK-R is even more expensive. According to statistics, 29% of these cars had faults and 18% had their mileage reversed.

Land Rover Defender (Series 1 and 2)
Its simple design and ability to overcome rugged terrain have made the Defender an outstanding SUV that can be used almost anywhere. For many, the price of the first series may come as a surprise, 10-15 thousand (approx. 3.5-5.2 million HUF) copies for more beautiful days, and up to 30 thousand euros (approx. 10.4 million HUF) for restored, immaculate items. HUF). According to vehicle history reports, 15% of Defenders had errors, but only 2% had a odometer.

Mercedes-Benz E 300, E 320, E 420 (1992-1996)
The brand has rolled out more than 2 million W124s at the factory gate, with carefully maintained models worth a fortune today. The most valuable W124s (depending on the year of manufacture) carry the 500 E or E 500, but one E 300, E 320 or E 420 can become an investment that hurts many collectors. tooth. According to the reports, 14% of them had errors and 5% had reversed the odometer.

Saab 9000 CS Aero (1993-1997)
Passenger safety was paramount for the brand, but it was also charming and powerful, thanks to its exceptional turbo engines (200-225 hp). The Saab 9000 CS Aero is more than a simple upper-middle class sedan. It was introduced at the end of the model cycle and was the highlight of the 9000 series in its final year of production. Nowadays, it is a very rare car, and although Saab has not disclosed production numbers, this type is a good investment. Only 8% had minor errors.

Toyota Land Cruiser (J80, J100)
Although they have the same name, the two models show a lot of differences technically and technologically. The J80 (pictured) managed to combine simplicity with everyday practicality, while the J100 was much more luxurious, designed for longer trips, but that doesn’t mean it would be less talented in the field. A wide range of exciting accessories today allows J80 and J100 owners to have an exceptionally high value car. The price of copies worth buying can easily exceed 40,000 euros (approximately 13.9 million HUF). According to reports, 36% experienced errors and 8% reversed the odometer.

VW Corrado VR6 (1991-1995)
Aware of the unusual look, exceptional engine, and balanced chassis, it’s a good question why so few people bought this car in the early ’90s. The Corrado wasn’t as popular at the time as the Opel Calibra, but today it’s an advantage. The value of the VR6 version (178-190 hp) has started to increase significantly in recent years and this trend is expected to continue. According to statistics, 14% of them had errors and 5% had their odometer reset.

Volvo 740 Turbo (1986-1990)
In the ’80s, the type proved that a family’s boring car could be as fast as a Porsche 924. Its flexibility and combination of practicality and exceptional performance have made the 740 Turbo a prime example of an increasingly value-added car. Based on vehicle history reports, 33% of the model had errors and 8% had their odometer reversed.

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