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12 Cars With The Worst One-Year Resale Value – 2016

by Car Appraiser on November 9, 2016

12 Cars With The Worst One-Year Resale Value – 2016

 

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Depreciation is typically one of a new vehicle’s biggest long-term ownership costs, and a new car shopper should keep in mind projected resale/residual values to ensure they’ll get the biggest return down the road at trade-in/sale time. Vehicles depreciate rates depend on a wide range of factors, including supply and demand, new vehicle pricing, incentive levels, and production volumes. Generally, the more expensive the vehicle, the more important depreciation becomes.

We present you with 12 new cars with the worst one-year resale values.

Name Percentage Loss Net Loss
1. Fiat 500L 34.60% $8,096.00
2. Lincoln MKS 34.50% $16,039
3. Volvo S60 34.40% $14,204
4. Kia Cadenza 34.30% $12,940
5. Mercedes-Benz C250 34.30% $15,247
6. Nissan Maxima 34.00% $12,469
7. Lincoln MKZ / MKZ Hybrid 33.80% $14,177
8. Jaguar XF 32.30% $19,966
9. Fiat 500 31.90% $11,106
10. Cadillac ATS 31.80% $6,099
11. Chrysler 300 31.70% $13,351
12. Buick Regal 31.20% $11,525

 

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