Hagerty says The Suzuki Samurai is one of the 10 collector cars to buy

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Hagerty says The Suzuki Samurai is one of the 10 collector cars to buy. The Suzuki Samurai becoming one of the hottest collector cars says anything can happen in 2021.

Hagerty has included the once-controversial SUV on its Bull Market List of classic vehicles expected to increase in value in the coming year.

Suzuki Samurai

The compact off-roader was a hugely popular model from when it was introduced in 1985 up until sales were crushed by a controversial “Consumer Reports” test published in 1988 that suggested it easily flipped over and led to a lawsuit and settlement between the two entities.

The SUV has become a cult classic over the years, however, and Hagerty believes it is set to have a breakout year.

“At Hagerty, we believe that life is too short to drive boring cars, and the 2022 Bull Market list shows how folks can affordably drive their dreams,” said Larry Webster, Senior Vice President of Media and Editorial for Hagerty. “Our seasoned experts employed Hagerty’s massive database to name 10 cars that people can buy, enjoy for a few years, and then sell to the next enthusiast for about what they paid or maybe even a bit more. There are now very few barriers to enjoying the classic-car hobby,” Hagerty Media and Editorial Senior V.P. Larry Webster said.

Along with the Samurai, Hagerty also highlighted the original Tesla Roadster, the 1966-1967 Pontiac GTO along with the 1983-1997 Land Rover Defender and several luxury and sports cars.

Here’s the full list with the current estimated price for an example in excellent condition:

1965–70 Cadillac DeVille – $28,800

Cadillac Deville

1969–74 Ferrari 246 Dino – $365,800

Ferrari 246 Dino

1983–97 Land Rover Defender – $61,400

Land Rover Defender

1979–85 Mazda RX-7 -$17,600

Mazda EX-7

1963–67 Mercedes-Benz 230SL – $80,500

Mercedes-Benz 230SL

1966–67 Pontiac GTO – $100,200

Pontiac GTO

1992–95 Porsche 968 – $38,000

Porsche 968

1985–95 Suzuki Samurai – $10,200

Suzuki Samurai

2008–12 Tesla Roadster Sport – $97,100

Tesla Roadster Sport

1975–93 Volvo 245 – $15,800

Volvo 245

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