Oops, we accidentally spent another day looking for used cars online.
Oh well, have a look what we found and see for yourself whether it was time well spent.
“Great alternative to a Golf GTI. Better engine and lighter weight.”
While we’re not sure everyone will agree with that, we think the Cupra is still worth a look, and is currently tempting a former Mk2 GTI owner in the office.
With 110kW in a package weighing in at just over a tonne, and a manual gearbox, this looks like a treat if you can keep up with its maintenance. This one’s cheap, and has a roadworthy, but that doesn’t mean it’s bulletproof. Especially not with over 240,000 on the odo…
Ever wanted to feel like an international super-criminal while you get around? Well, you might need to become one to afford these wheels.
The Maybach S600 is a way to get around quickly and stylishly, with a 6.0-litre twin-turbo V12 under the hood and a gorgeous interior. It’s a private jet on four wheels.
When we sent David Morley out to test drive the Calais-V Director, we were told it’d set you back $63,990.
Good luck picking one up for that now. This one’s selling for a frankly silly 29 per cent mark-up at $82,495. You do get Holden’s ripper 304kW LS3 in a comfy cruiser package for that, but is it worth the extra $18,505?
Look familiar? It should if you’re a MOTOR regular. This exact car recently took home the title of best Ford Mustang Hot Tuner car for Mustang Motorsport.
The Roush-powered MM-727 (that’s 727hp, so 542kW) will set you back quite a few dollars, especially considering the costs of the car all added up to $112,490 when it was featured in MOTOR’s October issue.
This oddball is something we’d love to take out for a track day.
In a Lotus/Caterham style body, the Dax Rush kit car is powered by a 149kW 1.3-litre Hayabusa motorcycle engine.
Also, it weighs around 600kg. Good luck resisting the temptation to power oversteer, just don’t let it get out from underneath you.