Are you dreaming of driving your own supercar but don’t have $3 million to blow on a Bugatti Chiron? Many exotic fans settle for more budget-friendly sports cars such as McLarens or the Audi R8. But even million-dollar supercars naturally depreciate over time. These three models have depreciated but aren’t yet collectors’ items, and can be had for under $100k.

  • Aston Martin DB9
  • Lamborghini Gallardo
  • Ferrari California

Because $100k supercar examples will probably be over a decade old, you’ll have to upgrade to an Apple CarPlay/Android Auto stereo system to get modern infotainment. Also, you should know that many reviewers feel 20-year-old automatic transmissions–even in supercars–aren’t up to modern standards. Luckily, all three of these models were available with true, three-pedal manual transmissions. Though this configuration is rare, it will probably appreciate quickly once these cars become classics.


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