What cars lose less in price after 5 years of operation?October 31, 2019
Experts have compiled a rating of cars for the loss of initial cost. To determine the most profitable models for resale, experts examined over 7.7 million car ads.
ISeeCars experts called the car models that are the least and most lose in price five years after the purchase. It turned out that the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited and Wrangler SUVs lose the least in such a lifetime. These SUVs managed to save 70 and 68.5% of their original price list. In addition to them, the top five most profitable cars for resale included three models of the Japanese Toyota brand – these are the Tacoma and Tundra pickups, which boast 68 and 64.1% results, as well as the mid-size Toyota 4Runner SUV with an indicator of 63.5% percentage points.
Among the sports cars that lose in price less than others, experts named Porsche 911 (62.8%), Nissan GT-R (60.6%) and Subaru Impreza WRX (60%).
More than others, as it turned out, luxury cars lose in price. This rating is led by the Maserati Quattroporte luxury sedan, which, five years after the purchase, becomes immediately cheaper by 72.2%. The second in this “anti-rating” is the BMW 7-Series, which loses 71.3% of the original price tag. Third place – in the executive sedan Acura RLX – it loses 69.2%. Experts gave fourth place to Jaguar XJL – 68.9%.
Also on the list of disadvantageous cars for resale were Nissan Leaf electric cars, which in five years will be able to be sold for only 29% of the initial price, and the BMW i3 retains only 30.1%. A similar picture is observed with Ford Fusion Energi and Chevrolet Volt – they reserve only 30.9 and 31.9%, respectively.
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