Top 10 most expensive cars sold on Benzin
Have you worked hard and want to spend all your savings to finally get the supercar of your dreams? We've gone through all the listings to find the best selling cars on our site. So we've compiled the top 10 best-selling cars at the time of writing, and the competition was stiff. Be careful, there is a lot to dream about when reading this article.
10. Renault Clio V6 ph2 - 2003 : 44 750 €.
What a great chance to start with a French car, and what a car to start with! This Clio V6 has made many people dream, with its sound and its look; once again the brand of the diamond has given us a real gift. It's not surprising that it appears in our ranking when you know that only 1309 copies of this phase II were produced.
9. Lancia Delta HF Integrale Evoluzione II - 1993 : € 49 500
Halfway between luxury and sportiness, this car has everything to please anyone who wants versatility, with a little touch of vintage straight out of the 80's, in other words the years of Lancia's prestige. You can see for yourself, Lancia really knew how to make cars.
8. BMW M3 e30 Tour de Corse - 1987 : 51 000 €.
This ranking cannot be complete without this legend, even if it is only 8th, it has nothing to envy to the other cars of the ranking. Who doesn't know this name, this design, so much it is present everywhere. Here it was a special edition of the Tour of Corsica and this contributed even more to its usual success.
7. Alfa Romeo Junior Zagato : 52 000 €
We continue in the collector's items with our first Italian. However here it is not the brand with the prancing horse, but that of the snake (or of the clover if you prefer). And even if the brand was in crisis in the 70's, this did not prevent the release of a powerful and unique car, with its windshield for lights.
6. Hommell Vaillante Grand Défi - 1998 : 53 000 €.
Who remembers the Hommell brand? This French brand (yes), which produced less than 5 different models before dying out in 2003, still offered us a little gem with this Vaillante Grand Défi produced in only 16 units. With its race car look and chassis, it was a real eye-catcher and a real crowd-pleaser.
5. Mercedes-Benz 280SL Pagode - 1969 : 57 777 €.
You prefer a classic style? Here is the ancestor of the sofas, combining comfort, elegance and German robustness. As cult as it is reliable, it logically ranks fifth.
4. Porsche 930 Turbo 3.3 - 1982 : 68 000 €.
4th place and only the first Porsche. You were probably wondering if we were going to see one of them in our top 10, well here it is, and it's not just any car, as it's a 930 Turbo 3.3. With its atypical spoiler and its round lights, the car from Stuttgart has everything to seduce the aficionados of 80's cars.
3. Renault 5 Turbo II - 1983: €68,000
And yes, as we are chauvinists, we have placed our favorite little French car of the 80's on the podium, although it is tied with a Porsche (it's nice to say it). The circle is complete, with already a third French car in our ranking: 10th, 6th and 3rd. And what a car this Turbo II is, the brand of the diamond had once again brought out a real monster, with its unique aerodynamic appendages.
2. Ferrari 360 Modena Spider BVM - 2003 : € 94 500
And yes, the red Ferrari did not manage to get the first position, surprising when you see this magnificent spider. This Ferrari sold without reserve has aroused great curiosity and interest among the bidders, due to its beauty and its typical line of the brand.
1. Porsche 911 2.0 SWB - 1965 : 103 911 €.
We finish strong with a Porsche, and not just any Porsche: a 911 with a rich past: participation in races at Le Mans, Spa or in the green hell. Its characteristic look with a readable history on its body, in addition to a sporty interior, make it a real iconic and sporty collector's item. It is logically in our ranking, congratulations to it and to its new owner!
Bonus: Dino 246 GT - 1971 : €303 050
A new car broke records on July 10, 2021, and by far: this Dino, a debadged Ferrari. Surprising when you know Enzo Ferrari's character? But finally, not so much. This Dino was mainly intended to compete with the Porsche 911s that were on the rise, and Enzo not being the biggest fan of V6s, decided to make this car an entry-level Ferrari. However, it has now become a real rare and collectible car.
As you can see, at Benzin we don't do things by halves, and all these types of vehicles can be sold, including such beautiful models that leave no one indifferent.