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No. My car is pretty boring and is worth £5k, its gained over £1000 in value this year. If I were to buy something newer I would pay a premium of more than the £1000 and have to deal with the hassle of finding a car when they are in short supply. Its only done 107k miles and while I would like more modern features and an automatic gearbox, I'll keep it and maintain it until the market settles down a bit.For those of you who have had significant car appreciation, is anyone cashing in and buying a newer version?
Now that I live in a state with no sales tax, this might be doable.For those of you who have had significant car appreciation, is anyone cashing in and buying a newer version?