As technology further integrates into the car industry, doing things from the car continues to get easier. You can have Volvo drop off packages, talk to Amazon's Alexa and all sorts of things. But technology can also allow people to access cars long after they have sold them, which is enough to leave any buyer uncomfortable.
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Dear Gizmodo, I’ve been saving up to buy my first car for a while and I’ve just hit $10K, which is more than enough to buy something second-hand. However, I’m not sure if I should keep saving to buy a new car instead. I need something new enough to be able to connect to my phone, and something which won’t cost too much in repairs in the next few years -- so is it worthwhile to keep saving to buy new instead of second-hand?
Let's say you have $10,000 to spend on a new (new for you, not new-new) car. But you want something fun -- a car that, while it isn't necessarily built just for all-out circuit racing or the drags, is a little more enjoyable to drive than your average A-to-B city econobox. With that criteria in mind, we've rounded up the 10 most enjoyable cars that you can find in decent condition in Australia for around about $10,000.