5. Ferrari 348
Ferrari introduced the 348 in 1989. It was a modern-looking machine and a successor to the popular 308/328 range. It featured an all-new platform, engine and three body styles, a coupe, Targa and convertible. With a wide rear track and a hint of Testarossa design, it was a handsome machine delivering top performance from the 3.4-liter V8 engine.
Consumers and the car press received the 348 well. As a result, Ferrari sold over 8,000 348s until 1995 when they replaced it with the F355. However, the quality wasn’t so the best on early 348. Some owners reported massive maintenance costs because the car required extensive work to be fully functional.
That is why the Ferrari 348 costs just over $40,000 on today’s market with the best going for around $60,000. The car is still great to drive. Also, if you get the convertible, you will enjoy the glorious V8 soundtrack. Just beware of high maintenance costs.