The automobile industry is changing around the world. Governments are implementing stricter emission norms forcing manufacturers to discontinue many models. Other than the new emission norms, we are also seeing a rise in the number of electric cars in the market. The future of mobility at this rate would definitely be EVs and we have spoken about the same in our previous articles. If you have a soft corner for classic cars, then here we have a set of vehicles that one can buy at a very cheap price. These cars will be the classic cars of the future and maybe collector cars in the future.
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This little family hatchback needs no introduction. This car was produced from 1983 to 2014. This tiny hatchback has made owning a car a dream come true for many middle-class Indian families. Most of these have been altered or rusted, making it difficult to find well-preserved specimens. This popular hatchback is still available on the used car market, and since it’s a Maruti, maintenance isn’t too difficult. Ideally, I would like to draw your attention to the Type 1 Multi 800 with square headlights, which are very rare on our roads.
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Another Maruti car will soon be considered a future classic. I’m sure many of you reading this article have memories of this van. This minibus was probably a school bus for many of you reading this article. This was Marti’s second model, launched in 1984. This van was produced until 2020. Production has been discontinued due to BS6 emission regulations. Some examples of Maruti Omni vans are still available on the used car market today. These vans are available at a very affordable price.
This was a hatchback launched to revolutionize the domestic four-wheeler market. However, it was poorly marketed and cheaply priced, making it a very suitable car for city use. It didn’t go very well. The Tata Nano is the perfect city car and is what many people are looking for on the used car market right now. Previous versions of Nano were poorly maintained and had missing features. The later models came with power windows, power steering and even an AMT gearbox for convenience.
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This car is one of those cars we all know will be a collector’s car in the future. This car played a pivotal role in Indian automotive history. This limousine was used by politicians and diplomats and was presented as a status symbol in society. Many people liked this sedan for its rear-seat comfort. Even today, there are many examples of well-preserved and improved embassies in different parts of the country. I don’t know if it’s available at a cheap price.
Honda City type 2
The last car on the list is one that is beloved by many Indian car enthusiasts. Honda City Type 2, specifically his 1.5-litre VTEC petrol engine. This sedan remains he one of the most reliable sedans on the market today. It featured a different wheelset and even had a VTEC badge on the trunk. This is a car with a lot of mod potential, and we’ve seen a few similar examples in the past. Finding a well-maintained stock car can be difficult. Even if you do find one, I’m not sure the owner will give it away for cheap.
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