10. Ferrari 360
It is hard to comprehend but they introduced the Ferrari 360 in 1999, so it is now almost a 20-year-old machine. The car still looks and performs modern and has all the current features. So, you could easily think it is just a couple of years old. As a successor to the F355, the Ferrari 360 was a far better car in many ways. It featured upgraded, more durable technology, a new V8 engine and more power.
It also came with better options including the famed F1 sequential gearbox and lower maintenance costs. In fact, owners could drive the 360 daily, because it proved better in constant use. After the astronomical costs of servicing the F355, people considered maintaining the Ferrari 360 affordable.
Ferrari produced over 15,000 versions of the 360, so the car is common, making the prices reasonable. Good examples are going for around $60,000, while the Challenge Stradale or some other special versions will set you back considerably more. From this perspective, owning a 360 is a clever move. You will pay much less than for the new Porsche 911, but still, have the same appeal and performance.