, 2022-12-06 07:30:00,
Sometimes getting behind the wheel of a dream car turns out to be easier than a gearhead may think. Cars that once seemed out of reach, reveal themselves as viable options. Thanks to depreciation, or market factors, getting that desirable vehicle on the driveway becomes achievable, and waking up to find a Chevrolet C5 Corvette waiting to be daily driven, is no longer a fantasy.
In a lot of cases though, it’s simpler to leave a dream car up there in the clouds. As any secondhand Maserati owner can testify to, what seems like a wonderful slice of exciting motoring, a supposed bona fide investment, may lead to financial ruin. So, buying an affordable dream car can appear to be something of a balancing act. Yet, it doesn’t have to be.
Out there are several tempting German sports cars that tick the dream car box. Rip-snorting stars that will bring joy into a gearhead’s life, without causing them financial pain. Here are 10 proper German sports cars that are surprisingly cheap to own and maintain.
10/10 The Porsche Cayman S
The Porsche Cayman has proven itself to be worthy of its nose badge. A compact, precise sports car that brings joy back into driving. Best experienced on twisting mountain passes, the Porsche Cayman hooks itself to sweeping roads with skill, and it’s quite breathtaking.
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