The charismatic V8 has an undeniable presence which is also incomparable. Seeing one of these on the road is bound to give you some serious whiplash! With its closest competitor being the Mustang, it’s definitely a tight race, but it certainly is one good looking car.
Back to the depreciation, it’s been recorded that the Camaro loses a stunning $8,000 per year on average! These days, however, you can pick up a good second hand for around the $15,000 mark – and this can go higher or lower depending on how you feel about mileage and condition.
The signature Swedish machine beautifully blends luxury and practicality, making it perfect for a wild adventure. Have a big family or a big group of people? The XC90 offers three rows of seating, and easily accommodates five passengers and their gear—or seven, in a squeeze.
There's also a 400-hp plug-in hybrid variant that allows for extra speed and efficiency without reducing practicality. That's all thanks to the lithium-ion battery.
If you want to hit those long stretchy roads in style, then this is the one. With three rows of seating, 400-horsepower from its turbocharged V6, and extremely comfy interiors, you might enjoy this one. It has all-wheel drive, and the standard rear-drive layout means this is a luxury cruiser that can tow.
Lincoln also provides a plug-in hybrid version that tops the range of Aviator models.
Do you want to road trip in a classic car that was literally named after the famous French explorer? The car took its name from René-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle, who traveled across North America during the 17th century.
This was quite a beautiful car and was considered one of the more prestigious vehicles on the market at the time. The 1935 LaSalle featured a 5.3-liter monobloc V8 engine and sold around 32,000 units that year. Even today, the car looks fantastic, which is why it’s still being sold privately for tens of thousands of dollars.
Nissan has been advertising its Murano SUV as an affordable alternative to some of the more expensive ones on the market. It’s sleek, looks great, and drives excellently.
It's perfect to cruise long journies in total style. You can't really go wrong with a Nissan.