How buying salvage cars is the best way to obtain the highest horsepower per dollar spent
Automakers today are pushing out incredible vehicles with high horsepower ratings. One of the most common questions asked is what vehicle has the best horsepower per dollar ratio. Even though some of these cars are budget oriented when new such as the Ford Focus ST, many have starting prices that are way more than the annual income of most of our readers like a Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder.
RideSafely has been the consumer’s choice for purchasing vehicles at prices that have traditionally only been available to wholesale auto dealers. By consolidating vehicles from hundreds of car auctions on one site, you can easily find the perfect vehicle that has the horsepower per dollar ratio you are looking for.
Subaru Impreza WRX
Currently, there is a Subaru Impreza WRX available for Instant “Buy Now” on Ridesafely.com for a low $8900. At this price, the WRX has a dollar to horsepower ratio of just $33 per horse! The price of this salvage vehicle on Ridesafely.com is low due to the minor front end damage and with around a few thousand dollars in repairs, you can have a road going WRX for less than 50% of current retail price! Buy one now
Porsche Cayenne GTS
New, the GTS had a starting price of $69,200, however this running and driving salvage vehicle with very little cosmetic issues sold for just $20,000! At this price, the 2008 Porsche Cayenne GTS has a power to dollar ratio of $49 per unit horsepower! Include all the luxury features and a very low repair cost, this vehicle was an excellent buy. Buy one now
Packed with a 440 cubic inch Six-Pack, this Barracuda not only has the correct engine, but it also looks the part thanks to the custom side stripes with the large “440” painted on both rear quarter panels. While the ‘Cuda sports four matching alloy wheels, the tires in the back are extra-large drag racing style radials for that classic look. Also, according to the seller, there is a custom aluminum radiator and transmission cooler.
At the current Instant “Buy Now” price, this 1973 Plymouth Barracuda has a power per dollar ratio of just $63! Take into consideration that these Barracudas are continuing to appreciate, and the possible return on this vehicle might even beat your 401k. Buy one now
Dodge Ram 3500 Dually Tradesman
Right now on Ridesafely.com, a 2013 Dodge Ram 3500 Dually Tradesman can be purchased for just $25,400 using the Instant “Buy Now”. This salvage truck does have minor front bumper, left fender, and rear bed damage, but it runs and drives with no stated issues. At this current price, this 3500 has a torque to dollar ratio of just $32 per foot-pound of torque! Buy one now
Suzuki GSX1300R Hayabusa
The Suzuki Hayabusa, for those that don’t know, is one of the fastest street legal motorcycles in the world. The large 1.3-liter 4-stroke in-line four-cylinder engine produces 162 horsepower and 99 pound-feet of torque. These massive numbers allow this ultra-light bike to blast from 0-60 in less than 3 seconds and have a top speed of 188 miles per hour!
Even though this particular bike does have a bit of damage to both sides due to it being dropped, this Hyabusa does start without any issues. Throw in the extended arm, custom wheels, and a custom exhaust, at an amazing $30 per horsepower, this is an excellent buy. Buy one now
Seadoo GTI Personal Watercraft
With a powerful 718 cubic inch Rotax engine that produces 85 horsepower, a 2002 Seadoo GTI Personal Watercraft is exactly what you are looking for.
This two person Jet Ski also comes with a single axle trailer for very easy towing.
Thanks to the low Instant “Buy Now” price of just $3300, this Seadoo has a power to dollar ratio of $40 per horsepower!
That ratio equals instant fun at your local lake, river, or ocean. Buy one now
The Maserati Gransport is by no means a race car due to its luxury amenities that bring the curb weight to a larger than life 3700 pounds, but thanks to the Ferrari motor, it can do 0-60 in just 4.9 seconds. The Gransport also has a top speed of 180 miles per hour.
Ridesafely.com is the consumer’s choice for purchasing salvage vehicles and they currently has a 2006 Maserati Grandsport listed on Instant “Buy Now” for just $23,000. This Maserati does have minor suspension and undercarriage damage that would need to be addressed before driving, but since this vehicle was mass produced, parts are not extremely hard to find. At just $58 per horsepower for an Italian exotic, this Maserati will fulfill anyone’s exotic car bucket list and a fraction of the cost. Buy one now
Land Rover Range Rover Sport Supercharged
The Range Rover Sport Supercharged offers excellent style, refined driving behaviors both on and off-road, plus one of the most powerful engines available in a luxury SUV. Throw in the Range Rover name, the large 20-inch alloy wheels, and very little cosmetic repair necessary, everyone will think your low cost Range Rover is actually three times more expensive than you actually paid to purchase the vehicle and complete the necessary repairs. Buy one now
Chevrolet Corvette Convertible
For the 1986 model year convertible, all Corvettes came standard with the Indy 500 plaque thanks to this model being the first Corvette convertible since 1975. All 1986 Vettes also came with the third brake light, anti-lock brakes, electronic climate control, and the advanced key-code anti-theft system. Buy one now
Arctic Cat Crossfire Snowmobile
The Arctic Cat Crossfire came standard with a 794 cubic inch 2-stroke 2-cylinder Suzuki engine that produces 142 horsepower. Also, with 9.2-inches of front suspension travel and 42-44 inches of ski stance, the Crossfire has everything it takes to get you over the hill and through the woods during the deep winter snow. Buy one now
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