£100,000 is obviously a lot of money to be throwing into a car of any type but, it’s fair to say, if you blew it on a new one you would be very lucky to get anything like all of it back at the end. So why not have a little more fun with it? Such are the temptations for a ‘discretionary purchase’ car you can save for special occasions, enjoy when the mood is right and then sell on with a reasonable expectation of getting your money back, or even making a little to cover your ownership costs. No guarantees with the ones we’ve highlighted here. But bought carefully, kept properly and used sparingly you stand a good chance of breaking even, and having some fun along the way.
The eight best sub‑£100K investment cars to buy in 2022
Exposure to a Performance Car review of the Lamborghini Countach 5000QV at an impressionable age set Dan Trent on course for a life-long obsession with cars. Immersion in the world of used car temptation with a spell as editor of PistonHeads.com only sealed the deal, compulsive online tyre-kicking now a daily ritual. He’s still some way off that Countach though.