Second Cars

People often compare their first cars saying which are good and which are bad.  But nobody seems to talk about their second cars, this is generally because people have boring cars after the unusual excitement of their first cars (unusual as generally it’s a 1- litre Vauxhall Corsa or Fiat Seicento) so after looking through loads of cars for my own second car I compiled this list.

  1. Ford Fiesta Zetec S

ImageThis is my personal favourite as you can pick them up dirt-cheap and they are fun as hell handle excellently but still have great fuel economy. People often can’t afford the 1.6-engined Fiesta’s insurance but generally it’s a lot cheaper for your second car.

2. Honda Civic Type R

ImageA lot more expensive than the Ford to buy, insure and run the Type R is also quicker, and for those of us who like to modify our cars there are thousands of parts out their for the Civics.

3. BMW 318i

ImageThis is also a favourite of mine for the money you’ll have you will probably have to get an original model. But don’t worry this is the best one it’s the best looking and most fun to drive due to the lightweight body and decent power from the 1.8 engine

4. Audi A4

ImageMuch more understated than the BMW and probably the most expensive car on my list for everything but you can’t beat the Audi for outright performance and reliability the Germans certainly know how to make a Car.

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