There is a growing interest among motorists for youngtimers. It is important to know which models are worth investing in.
In France, the interest in youngtimers has been on the rise. Some models are quite affordable, as long as their value does not skyrocket.
Let’s take a look at the future youngtimers that will be sought after in France, in order to make a good deal now.
As a reminder, a “youngtimer” is a term that categorizes cars that are aging but are not yet classified as collectible. These are cars from the 90’s to the end of the 2000s.
In France, for a car to be considered collectible, it must be 30 years old. It will then receive a special registration card which allows it to have certain privileges.
It is important to know the trends. The goal is to invest in a vehicle that will increase in value over time, due to its collectible status.
This is the case with the Audi TT. The first generation of the TT was introduced in 1998, and it retains clean lines.
Another model to quickly acquire is the Audi S3. It features all-wheel drive Quattro and a 210 hp engine that can go from 0 to 100 km/h in 6 seconds.
We continue with German manufacturers and the BMW Z3. This model first appeared in 1995 as a compact roadster.
Another model to look out for is the Peugeot 406 Coupe. This car was produced from 1997 to 2004.
For a 2-liter in good condition, expect to pay around 3,000 euros and over 6,000 euros for a V6 in this French car.
We conclude this selection with the Renault Megane 2 RS. For 10,000 euros, you can acquire a model with 100,000 km on the odometer.
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