There are currently at least six vehicles on sale in the UK that will depreciate by less than 10% after the first three years of ownership.
Zutobi Although you can’t find a new car in the United States that costs less than at least 20 percent in three years, it has been found that cars in the UK keep their value much better. The leader of the series is the Mercedes-Benz A-Class Hatch, whose list price is 24,100 pounds ($ 29,722) and after three years is estimated at an average of 22,887 pounds ($ 28,226), a decrease of only 5.03%.
The Range Rover Sport is also doing well in its domestic market, depreciating an average of 5.88 percent from £ 64,760 ($ 79,868) in three years to a record price of £ 60,953 ($ 75,173). The third best car on sale is the Jeep Wrangler with an 8.43 percent depreciation rate that matches the Mini 3-Door Hatch.
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A number of other cars retain their value surprisingly well. They include Volkswagen Polo, which fell 9.28 percent, BMW M3, Volkswagen Golf (10.14%) and Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate and Porsche Cayman, which fell 9.99 percent and 10.99 percent, respectively.
On the other hand, in the UK there are a lot of cars that fall in value as soon as they leave the showroom. For example, the depreciation rate for the Renault Zoe is 63.57 percent, down from just 30,495 pounds ($ 37,609) three years later to just 11,109 pounds ($ 13,700). The Peugeot 3008 was not far behind, with prices falling by 62.52 per cent, followed by the MG ZS by 61.47 per cent, from an average used price of £ 27,745 ($ 34,217) to £ 10,690 ($ 13,18).
Other vehicles with significant depreciation include Audi A3 Sportback (61.47 percent), Land Rover Defender (60.43 percent), Nissan Leaf (51.31 percent), Peugeot 2008 (51.31 percent), Peugeot 508 (50.32). percent). ), Mercedes-Benz E-Class Estate (49.34%) and Nissan Micra 47.38%.
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