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20 Cars That Lose Most Of Their Value (After They Leave The Dealership)

Published October 3rd, 2018 by Unknown

One of the scariest parts of buying a new car is knowing that that car will lose value the second you drive it off of the lot and will only keep falling in value. This makes car buying a very big commitment. Now, the average depreciation of a car over the course of three years is around 35 percent. But we have 20 cars that have fallen way further than 35 percent, making them a pretty bad long-term investment unless you're planning on sticking with this car for a while. These 20 cars consist of all types of cars, but there's a very obvious trend in luxury vehicles from top name brands. This is certainly not surprising, as luxury cars have never been known to hold their value very well, which is kind of partly what makes them so luxurious. You have to have the money for them. There are also some cars that may surprise some people, and they actually end up being some of the cars that lose value the fastest. This information is all based on the 2018 car market, and the projected value lost is based on previous years. There are all kinds of reasons that cars lose their value, from being pricey and luxurious to being family vehicles that just simply get run into the ground over the years. Whatever the reason, these cars lose way too much of their value way too quickly, and we're going to see if we can figure out why. We are in no way saying these cars aren't worth their value; that's all up to the person buying the vehicle.


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