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Valuable Vehicle Investments: 4x4 Models Set To Become Future Classics

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Valuable Vehicle Investments: 4x4 Models Set To Become Future Classics

For car enthusiasts or finance experts, it’s no surprise that automobiles make for one of the most valuable investments. This is especially profitable when choosing from a range of future classics bound to multiply in worth in the next several decades. While some may assume this only applies to sports cars, 4x4s are well suited for investments all the same. The following models are among the most worthy options for your next 4x4 investment.

BMW X5
The first BMW X5 model was released in 2001 but has since seen a range of variations that continue to improve in quality, design and specs. Set with a V8 engine, alloy wheels and electronic suspension that levels itself, the 3.0-litre diesel or petrol versions are bound to increase in value.

Honda HR-V
Originally launched in 1999, this 4x4 is modelled in a Coupé style. It is noted for its joy-ride feel and may be packed with a small diesel engine, but it offers efficient power. While this 4x4 hasn’t received greater recognition, it continues to maintain its value.

Audi Q7 TDI Quattro S Line
It’s safe to predict that the majority of Audi’s will grow up to be classics of some form, but the Audi Q7 TDI Quattro S Line in all its forms holds highly profitable potential. Its electric sports seats, 3.0 diesel engine and 3 spoke sports multi-function steering wheel only touch on the features of this model that are sure to stay in style for decades to come.

Jeep Grand Cherokee V6 CRD Limited
This 4x4’s value is all in the name: Jeep, V6, Limited. If those qualities don’t scream classic, its front and rear parking sensor technology, Powered Assisted Steering (PAS), fuel computer and cruise control undoubtedly seal the deal.

Porsche Macan 3.0 D S PDK
The Porsche Macan 3.0 D S PDK is built with a diesel engine and offers additional key features like Porsche communication management, a sports Chrono package, SAT NAV and tyre pressure monitor are bonuses when added to the smooth drive and seamless exterior of this model.

Range Rover P38A
Over the past decade, the value of Range Rovers, particularly for this model, have skyrocketed thanks to their quality manufacturing and performance abilities. Buyers are spoilt for choice with 4.0/4.6 litre petrol or 2.5-litre turbo-diesel models that are still gaining value even though they were released first more than twenty years ago.

Mercedes Benz Gle-class AMG GLE 63 S 4Matic Premium
All Mercedes Benz GLE models from 2015 onwards hold a high value automatically and are predicted to only grow in worth. The keyless go, collision warning system, active park assist, AMG body styling features make it an attractive option both on the interior and exterior.

Whether you already own one of these models or are scanning the market for future classics, you can’t go wrong with any of these. Made by leading brands with top-class technology, these are most likely to grow in value in the years to come. An additional bonus is that a variety of models and editions in these choices still  maintain their winning features. New or used, investing in one of these 4x4 models will secure your future in-vehicle investments.

 

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