Thursday Sep 28, 2023

Four Sports Cars That Hold Their Value Better Than the Rest

Four Sports Cars That Hold Their Value Better Than the Rest

Chances are, buying a sports car isn’t a rational purchase. More than perhaps any other vehicle, buying a sports car is about emotion rather than thought. That said, there are sports cars that hold their value better than others, which may make them a better choice. And while many sports cars suffer from immense depreciation (we’re looking at you, BMW M6), these four will be easy to sell for a good chunk of money when it’s time to upgrade in a few years.

1. A Subaru BRZ holds value better than any other sports car

A blue Subaru BRZ, which makes people wonder why BRZ stands for.
Subaru BRZ | Subaru of America, Inc.

While its sister car, the Toyota GT86, isn’t on this list, the Subaru BRZ is. We’re guessing that has something to do with the interior of the Subaru version. Or it could be Subaru’s loyal fan following. Either way, the BRZ handily beats out its competition where depreciation is concerned. Despite a higher price point than its Toyota sibling, the BRZ is one sports car that is able to hold over 80 percent of its initial value. Deprecating just 18.2 percent in five years, a BRZ is the safest sports car to buy on a budget.


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