370 HP / 387 LB-FT
$9,125

Jaguars in general suffer from tough depreciation numbers. And the cars from the late '90s and early '00s are especially prone. We went for the supercharged version of the XJ8 here, as its timeless styling and powerful V8 could still keep us entertained today. But, if you tastes run even more eclectic, a newer 2003 Jaguar S-Type R would be more powerful for just a little bit more cash (though you’d have to look at that front clip every day…).