6. Ferrari F430

Yes, you too can own Ferrari's "entry-level" F430 for under $200,000. It'll probably hold its value -- it starts at $168,005 -- better than most of the cars on this list, but if you're thinking about resale value, you're probably not in the right mindset to hand over that down payment. In fact, if you need to make payments, you probably shouldn't be buying a mid-engine, paddle-shifting exotic sports car with a racing heritage, either. Still, it's been said that this might be the easiest Ferrari ever to drive like a pro. You can't put a price tag on that.

( China Photos/Getty Images )

Yes, you too can own Ferrari's "entry-level" F430 for under $200,000. It'll probably hold its value -- it starts at $168,005 -- better than most of the cars on this list, but if you're thinking about resale value, you're probably not in the right mindset to hand over that down payment. In fact, if you need to make payments, you probably shouldn't be buying a mid-engine, paddle-shifting exotic sports car with a racing heritage, either. Still, it's been said that this might be the easiest Ferrari ever to drive like a pro. You can't put a price tag on that.

  • Email E-mail
  • add to Twitter Twitter
  • add to Facebook Facebook

PLAN AHEAD

Top Trending Videos