The cars on this list are a mixed bag of coupes, convertibles and wagons. All have one thing in common: They’re all under $25,000 — or at least they were before depreciation took its toll.
That’s right, these are used cars. But all are recent models, not some old clunkers that’ve been sitting on a dealer’s lot for years. And, with the exception of the E90 3 Series (which suffered from some reliability issues), all should be relatively trouble-free.
Some are more fun to drive than others, but all should be reliable enough to serve as a daily drivers for years to come. So, if you’re looking for something stylish and fun that won’t break the bank, just sell unregistered car NSW and get your hands on these awesome rides for sale under $25,000:
1. 2016 Subaru WRX
The Subaru WRX is one of the best rally-inspired cars on the market. In fact, it has been widely regarded as one of the best values in performance cars for many years now. It’s tough, it’s fast and it can handle rough terrain like a champ. If you’re looking for an affordable sports car that will turn heads, you can’t go wrong with the WRX.
2. 2017 Volkswagen Golf GTI
The VW Golf GTI has been around forever, but it’s still one of the hottest hatchbacks on the road. To put things simply: If you’re looking for a fun car to drive at an affordable price point, this is one of your best options.
3. Honda Civic
The Honda Civic has been a staple in the American car industry since it made it debut in 1973. In the past 45 years, Honda has brought a lot of changes to the Civic including its style, engine offerings and even its size. However, one thing that hasn’t changed is the Civics’ reputation for being an affordable, durable and high-quality vehicle that is perfect for everyone from college students to families with kids. The Honda Civic is also one of the most customizable vehicles ever produced with plenty of aftermarket parts available for you to make it your own.
4. Hyundai Elantra
The Hyundai Elantra has been around since 1990 and has established itself as a reliable vehicle that offers plenty of features and good fuel economy at an affordable price point. The latest 2017 model comes standard with a 147 horsepower 2.0L engine that can get up to 38 mpg on the highway while the more powerful GT model comes with 1.
5. 2011-2015 Jaguar XJ
The 2011 Jaguar XJ was an all-new luxury flagship sedan with a fresh and modern design. Even today, it looks like nothing else on the road — a fact that has caused its resale value to remain relatively high. As a result, the XJ commands at least $40,000 if it’s in good shape and not too old. But there are still some bargains out there: The 2012 XJ is going for about $23,000 on average. And for that price, you get a sedan that’s both far more luxurious and far more powerful than anything else at this price point. With its 385-horsepower V8 engine, this thing really scoots — and it’s quiet and refined in typical Jaguar fashion.