Five Cars I Would Love to Own
Every car enthusiast has their mount Rushmore of cars. For the past couple of days, I’ve been trying to come up with a list that fully incorporates what I envision my cars to be. It’s been a tedious task as there a million and one cars to pick from. Factors such as performance, price range and model year played a big role in my list. Hopefully, you’ll enjoy and understand my choices.
Volkswagen Golf Gti
I love this beast from German car manufacturer Volkswagen. It’s been on my list and if the current generation is anything to go by, this hatchback will remain a fan favourite for some time.
Cadillac Cts-V Wagon
Cadillac. The epitome of the American automobile industry. There is not much to be said about this wonderful American creation. It is one of the best all-around cars in the market and is sure to be a collectable in the future. This vehicle makes this list because it comes with a manual transmission and only a few were produced. It is important to note that its fuel consumption is wanting but do we really care? It also makes this list because it’s a one of a kind station wagon.
BMW M3 Coupe
It seems the Germans will dominate this list. BMW gave us a sporty machine with a hint of luxury to it. This car is practically unbeatable and comes in two options. The convertible and coupe. The E92 M3 is my favourite as it shells out an amazing four hundred and twenty break horsepower. Many people overlook this car because it is not a v8 but once it hits the road you’ll forget about that one pesky detail. It should also be noted that this car acted as the gateway to current BMW favourite the M4.
Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Coupe
The Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Coupe. What a car. I can only write in awe as the C7 Corvette has been and will remain one of the few cars in the world I’d like to own. It has amazing acceleration time, incomparable response and an interior that makes it worth the mantle American car. The 2013 model was the game changer as Chevy put out a beast that puts out four hundred and fifty plus break horsepower and four hundred and twenty pounds/ feet of torque. At the time this was the most powerful standard car Chevy had put out. Everything about the Corvette is attractive which is why it makes this exclusive list.
Ford offers this edgy and stylish sedan in seven variants. The S, SE, Hybrid SE, Titanium, Hybrid Titanium, Energi SE and Energi Titanium models. They are affordable with their prices ranging from $22,000 for the S and rises to $40,000 for the Energi Titanium. It has a great presence on the road and is a must have based on aesthetics alone. The standard models are rather tame as their engines put out roughly two hundred and twenty break horsepower.
While most people might not agree with this list, you can’t deny that these cars have an appealing allure about them.