Skip to main content

CLASSIC car fans and petrol enthusiasts get clear instructions on what they should buy next year.

Renowned car enthusiast company and specialty insurer Hagerty has revealed the 10 star engines worth buying in 2022 for the driving experience and possible upside values.

The first is the 2010-15 Ferrari 458 Italia. The 562 hp 4.5 liter V8 and rear wheel setup provides a perfect ride and a top speed of over 200 mph.

The 1998-2002 Maserati 3200 is both sleek and muscular, with signature details such as the boomerang-shaped taillight cluster and the distinctive Maserati trident badge set into the C-pillar.

BMW’s new MINI made its public debut at the turn of the 21st century – a homage to the original and always fun. The 2001-2006 Cooper R50 remains a hoot to drive.

The 1939-40 TB Midget is the rarest of all the MG T series. Only 379 were built and it potentially offers entry into a host of historic motorsport events.

Porsche fans will want to get their hands on a 1996-2004 Boxster, which is considered one of the most affordable ways to own a machine made by the German sports brand.



Classic and specialty car company Hagerty’s top picks to buy in 2022

An original and rarely available choice in the UK would be the 1961-1994 Renault 4L, although its utilitarian style, allowing for great practicality, is a matter of taste.

The Renault Clio Williams 1993-1995 Homologation Special is an unmissable event for rally enthusiasts. Limited production numbers and its motorsport heritage make it highly collectible.

If you’re looking for exclusive luxury, the 1977-1986 Rolls-Royce Camargue should be on your radar – it was the most expensive production car in the world at the time and only 531 were made.

Sports car enthusiasts should check out the 1969-1976 Triumph TR6 – with a relatively big engine up front, two seats in the middle, a roof you’ll want to drop and rear wheels that drive.

Vacation enthusiasts will see the 1979-2002 Volkswagen T3/T25 Motorhome, which can provide retro yet comfortable vacation experiences.

John Mayhead, editor of the UK Hagerty Price Guide, said: “We look at cars to suit a range of budgets and offer different driving experiences.

“We are proud to include everything from a pre-war car that can be raced and a motorhome for family weekends to a more modern Ferrari.”

Source link