Reading Time: 7 minutes Like other German luxury models, Audi models tend to have higher levels of depreciation. However, according to Motor Trend, several Audi vehicles have slower depreciation than their luxury import competitors.
Reading Time: 6 minutes When you invest in a Mercedes, you’ll have one of the most luxurious vehicles available today, one that includes advanced safety features to protect you as well as features that enhance your ride experience.
Reading Time: 7 minutes Truck sales have soared in recent years, rising 36 percent since 2011. In fact, 2019 is expected to be a record-breaking year for truck sales.
Reading Time: 11 minutes Tesla makes fast, attractive, technology-packed electric vehicles. Buying one used is a bit different than your average vehicle, due to offering zero gas or hybrid vehicles, and the lack of dealer network.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Trucks are all-around capable vehicles, able to do all kinds of work, survive off-road, and still meet your daily driver needs. That’s probably why trucks retain their resale value more than any other class of vehicle.
Reading Time: 3 minutes You may be surprised that a vehicle as affordable as the Rio is also one of the most reliable. JD Power says the Rio is more reliable than the Honda Fit, plus there’s that massive 10-year/100,000-mile transferable warranty.
Reading Time: 3 minutes If crossovers aren’t your thing, the Escalade is still the SUV to get if you’re a CEO or rapper. Originally starting at $71,000, it has street presence and looks expensive, but depreciation is your friend here, and you can find great examples for half that.
Reading Time: 2 minutes If you’re looking to land a top rated luxury vehicle, buying used is a smart strategy. As with all vehicles, new luxury cars lose a significant portion of their value the second they are driven off the lot.
Reading Time: 2 minutes People often say a car is one of the worst investments you can make because its value declines day by day. Understanding how depreciation works and what drags down your car’s value is critical.
Reading Time: 2 minutes It’s no secret that one of the biggest advantages of buying used is the savings compared to a new car purchase. The moment a brand-new car is driven off the lot, it loses an average of 10% of its market value, and then another 10% over the course of its first year.