1991-95 Toyota MR2

Billed as an "affordable exotic," the MR2 was a slow seller. Soaring prices helped kill it, and they remain relatively high today. Because no one else offered a 2-seat midengined sports car in [...]

1995-98 Porsche 911

For this level of performance blended with such a renowned heritage, Porsche is practically in a league of its own. Yes, they're expensive; and yes, they require a certain level of skill to drive [...]

2005-12 Maserati Quattroporte

In terms of space and road isolation, this curvaceous sedan badly trails the likes of Mercedes's vaunted S-Class sedans. Shoppers with a lust for the road may find the Quattroporte more to their [...]

2008-12 Maserati GranTurismo

Maserati has striven to be the "exotic daily driver," and GranTurismo fits that role nicely. This big coupe is as happy sitting in traffic as it is carving a twisty two-lane back road, and its [...]

1998-04 Chrysler Concorde

Stunning styling, loads of room, and exceptional handling are the foremost attributes of the current Concordes. Acceleration is ordinary, however, and long-term mechanical reliability remains a [...]

2005-12 Aston Martin DB9

It might seem a bit absurd to compare the value of vehicles that were priced above $200,000 when new, but some examples reward their well-heeled owners better than others. In this class, we've [...]

2008-12 Aston Martin DBS

Aston Martin’s flagship attempts to blend over Lamborghini-like personality with Bentley-like grand-touring opulence. In this regard, a DBS is engaging to drive, wonderful to listen to, and is [...]

1991-05 Acura NSX

Although early models were selling new for as much as $100,000 (or even higher), demand eased after a year or two, sending transaction prices below MSRP. Secondhand too, an NSX is a lot more [...]

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