Cars whose prices will increase the most in 2023

Among Mercedes-Benz's most popular models, the 190 (W201) continues to gain value

by Sead Dedovic
Cars whose prices will increase the most in 2023

Almost everything has skyrocketed in price because of inflation, including cars. Even so, this does not necessarily mean a bad sign, especially if your garage contains one of these examples. Automobile investing is not very common, but choosing the right model can bring you long-term profits.

Most valuable cars are rare, exclusive, and well-preserved. CarVertical's car experts have compiled a list of cars that will gain value in the future and generate profits for their owners, reports N1. Mercedes-Benz 190 (W201) Among Mercedes-Benz's most popular models, the 190 (W201) continues to gain value.

A new Mercedes-Benz was developed in the 1970s with a budget ten times greater than its competitors, resulting in older models being dubbed indestructible. A 190 E 2.5-16 Evolution II with the most powerful engine now costs hundreds of thousands of euros.

There is still a chance to get a cheap standard model with 2.3, 2.5 or 2.6 liter engines.

Toyota MR2 (Mk1)

A true driving enthusiast's dream car, the MR2 has everything he or she desires: a manual transmission, rear-wheel drive, a mid-engine, and excellent handling.

With its supercharger, the first-generation MR2 could accelerate from 0-100 km/h in just 6.5 seconds and weighs barely a ton. In this classic sports car with two seats, the headlights are hidden by the hood and are visible only when the hood is raised.

Mazda MX-5 Miata (NA) A serious competitor of the Toyota MR2 is the Mazda MX-5, also called the Miata. From 1989 to 1997, the first generation MX-5 was produced. A 133 hp 4-cylinder engine and great handling make this car a great choice for people who are looking for a car with great handling.

MX-5s are a great investment if you have some free space in your garage and want a safe car. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IV In 1996, Mitsubishi introduced the Lancer Evolution IV, a highly sought-after, but also cheap, model for the Japanese market.

The Lancer Evolution's 476 hp engine is powered by a 4 cylinder engine that ranges from 12,000 to 15,000 euros. Since 2015, Mitsubishi has focused exclusively on hybrids and electric vehicles. As a result, this car's value declined as well.