Fifth, it’s affordable.
The reason why I’ve owned a lot of vehicles in a short period of time is because, they were all used. I don’t believe in having car payments. It’s tough for me to keep a car longer than three years, so why not find enjoyable vehicles of the past without the payments? Mazda 2’s with relatively low mileage can be found for less than $10,000. The B-Spec kit from Mazda can be had for less than $3,000. While that may seem like a lot to some, in truth, it isn’t. The kit comes with Bilstein shocks, springs, spacers, front and rear roll bars, stainless steel brake lines, an air filter, and a non-street-legal catback exhaust. I wouldn’t install the exhaust, but the suspension and brake parts alone are well over $3,000 for other common vehicles.