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90's Cars to Invest in

Classic cars have really increased in value over the past few years, and while it’s hard to predict the classics of the future, there are some 90s cars which look promising.

The most searched 90s cars, according to Kelley Blue Book, included cars like the Honda Accord, the Honda Civic, the Toyota Camry, the Ford Mustang and the Jeep Wrangler. The list included a number of performance and off-road vehicles with a sedan or two thrown in the mix.

If you’re considering an investment, think about purchasing one of these vehicles:

  1. Jeep Wrangler: Jeeps are always a fan favorite when it comes to off-road capabilities and their iconic looks. When you want the ‘Jeep experience’ a 90s Wrangler is a great choice.
  2. Jeep Grand Cherokee: And while we’re at it, the Jeep Grand Cherokee is another excellent 90s choice, especially since it was given to the public in the 90s (1993 to be exact). This is an off-road that vehicle that also provides some luxurious comfort and collectors should take note.
  3. Toyota Camry: The Camry is the best-selling car in the U.S. today and one of the Top Five selling vehicles of all time. The Camry is reliable, and holds up over time.
  4. Toyota 4Runner: Another Toyota you’d be wise to invest in is the 4Runner. This is a reliable off-road vehicle that is cheap and rare (a winning combination).
  5. Ford Mustang: The Mustang is an icon, but some years have not been as popular as others. The 90s, however, had some of the most popular models ever. The fourth generation was released in 1993, and it had some upgrades that became drivers’ favorites almost immediately. Sales of the new model almost doubled the sales of 1992, and now, investing in a ’93 through ’99 is seen as a great investment.

So, car buyers rejoice! There are some classic cars in the making, and they have 90s written all over them.

For more classic cars, contact Vanguard Motor Sales today! 

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