Let me open with a clear statement that what I'm going to say is opinion and I'm equally
, and not trying to push my ideas on your future car purchase plans... Just had a sec to ponder the discussion.
As an owner of two C.F., I recommend four doors for anyone planning on making some in a year/near future. Otherwise two yrs from now any one of these scratched to hell
transporting racekars will be up for offer and will likely take a resale hit for not being in meticulous condition. No judgement either way, there's something to be said about DD an actual fun car, and I'm fortunate enough to be doing it in a gorf that lives on well paved roads and mainly highway travel, which keeps its somewhat fragile build in good condition. It's awesome to let it rip through onramps/straight aways once in a while and give me that bit of joy in an otherwise boring drive.
From the cars listed above, a 3 series sounds like it has potential, or maybe a nicely appointed MB C-series,
, 300/Charger with the
-pack, etc. But since the roads are shit and space for parking is tight, the smaller the better and lifted.
, CUV think would be in its element. Why bother looking at brand new CUVs when they constantly get compared to used sedans and sports cars. 16k gets someone a three yr old CRV/Rav4/CX5/etc and will last a decadewith zero fooks given. Might be a bit boring I guess. BMW is like the opposite of Japanese cars, depreciation and costly repairs await. Blow out a tie rod, 1k... and so on.