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By Justin CuplerJan 18, 2017
Few people like to throw money away, even if they have plenty of it. When you are looking for good value in a vehicle, it often is not easy to sort out which models provide a relatively good return on your investment. Value is measured in many different ways, including low vehicle depreciation, rich features, and strong performance versus comparably-priced models. The following list acts as a solid guide for car shoppers, supplying 7 different vehicles for a variety of budgets and lifestyles that also give buyers loads of value for the money they spend.
When it comes to muscle cars, the Challenger is the best value for your dollar. At 36 months the car retains an estimated 60 percent of its initial value and at 60 months it retains 50 percent of its value, according to Kelley Blue Book. Unlike rival pony cars like the Camaro and Mustang, the interior of the Challenger is downright cushy, making it the perfect car to take for an epic road trip. The car also leverages modern technology in a myriad of ways. The multi-link rear suspension provides a comfortable and sure-footed feeling, even on bumpy roads. For those who crave performance, there is the legendary Hemi V8 engine that turns the capable muscle car into an all-out monster, without sacrificing the modern comforts and conveniences, making it a car you will not dread to drive regularly.
Steven has been writing about cars and other transportation issues worldwide for over ten years. His love for cars started long before he can remember, with Corvettes and 911s being his first car-crushes. Since then, he has owned many types of vehicles and has come to appreciate a wide variety of models, the diverse car culture groups, and the automotive industry in general.