Here are the cars that are less likely to lose in value on the used market

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Here are the cars that are less likely to lose in value on the used market

Admit it, when you were choosing a new car have you thought about how much he will lose in the price in 2-3 years? According to statistics 90% of people when buying a new car, think about it. Because each of us not only want to buy the car of your dreams, but also wants to preserve it the money invested. Want to know what new cars today it is most advantageous to buy? Here is a detailed statistics from the well-known analytical companies, which conducted a study to find out the residual price tags on used cars after three years of ownership.

 

In our review we have included the latest study by “the price is Right” and static data of the Agency “AUTOSTAT”.

 

So, here is the market for used 3 year bonds today.

 

Cars what countries are less losing in price on the market?

Here are the cars that are less likely to lose in value on the used market 

According to the company’s “Right price” is less likely to lose the price of Korean cars. Thus, in the study an average of 3-year-old Korean cars have a residual value at 75.2 percent (that is, for three years, Korean cars are getting cheaper by about 24.8 per cent).

 

Second place in the three-year residual value of the car is Japanese brands with the average residual price tag at 73.8 percent.

 

Third place, surprisingly, occupy the domestic car companies whose vehicles on average after three years of ownership have a residual value of 70.7 percent.

 

Here are all the leaders in the origin of car brands over 3 years retain maximum residual value:

 

The rating of the residual value of the cars origin of car brands in 2018

 

  • 1. South Korea – 75,2%*
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  • 2. Japan – 73.8% of
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  • 3. Russia – 70,7%
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  • 4. USA – 69.1%, and
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  • 5. China – 69%
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  • 6. Europe – 66,6%
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    *percentages are the residual price of a 3-year car in interest

     

    What kind of car was beneficial to buy three years ago today and get good money for these on the used market?

    Here are the TOP best cars that maximally preserve residual value as of 2018. The data is based on the study of “the Right price”.

     

    TOP 10 cars that are least lost in the price from 2015 to 2018

     

    1) Mazda CX-5 – 89,69%

    Here are the cars that are less likely to lose in value on the used market 

    The leader of the Russian market maintaining market price tag was a three-year Mazda CX-5 crossover, which has kept the market average 89,69% of the original value. That is, this vehicle on average has fallen for three years just by 10.31%!!!

     

    2) Renault Logan – 88,38%

    Here are the cars that are less likely to lose in value on the used market 

    The second place is French of Russian origin car Renault Logan, which has fallen in three years only 11.62 percent.

     

    3) Mazda 6 – 87,43%

    Here are the cars that are less likely to lose in value on the used market 

    The third line in the rating of the residual value of a three-year car is a sedan Mazda 6, which is on average three years fell a used market only 12.57 percent.

     

    4) Renault Sandero – 87,32%

    Here are the cars that are less likely to lose in value on the used market 

    Popular in Russia Renault Sandero also well retains its residual value after three years. So, if you were to buy this car in 2015, to date, managed to save 87,32% of the car value. Agree good result for this class of car.

     

    5) Mazda 3 – 85,7%

    Here are the cars that are less likely to lose in value on the used market 

    Another Mazda to the very top. This time we are talking about a younger brother Mazda 6. So, the Mazda 3 is according to the company “Right price” for three years retained 85.7 percent of its value. That is, this machine lost an average of 3 years of 14.3%.

     

    6) Hyundai Solaris 85,22%

     

    Contrary to expectations, the Korean car Hyundai Solaris, which had become almost “folk”, took on the residual value only sixth place in the ranking with a residual price tag 85,22%. But it’s still a great result. Especially if you compare with premium automotive brands from Germany.

     

    7) Toyota Land Cruiser 200 – 84,80%

    Here are the cars that are less likely to lose in value on the used market 

    7 th place for the best cars at preserving the market price is the Japanese Toyota Land Cruiser 200. According to analysts “the price is Right” for three years, 200 Kruzak loses only an average of 15.20 percent. For SUVs, it’s a great result.

     

    8) Kia Rio – 84,78%

    Here are the cars that are less likely to lose in value on the used market 

    Eighth place in the ranking is another popular in Russia, the car – Kia Rio, which on average is cheaper over 3 years total by 13.22 percent.

     

    9) Skoda Rapid – 83,98%

    Here are the cars that are less likely to lose in value on the used market 

    The TOP 10 most best cars at preserving market prices suddenly fell Skoda Rapid, which according to analysts has fallen in price for 3 years just by 16.02 percent.

     

    10) Chevrolet Niva – 83,32%

    Here are the cars that are less likely to lose in value on the used market 

    Closes ten leaders of the domestic SUV Chevrolet Niva with the residual price for 2018 in 83,32 per cent.

     

    What premium cars are less likely cheaper on the used market?

     

    A separate study of the company’s “Right price” is dedicated to the premium segment of the market. Here things are much more interesting, because luxury cars always drop in price much faster than the mass segment.

    Here a screen from the research report

     

    Here are the cars that are less likely to lose in value on the used market

     

    Please note for cars Jaguar, which for three years on average cheaper by almost 50 percent. This is one of the worst results on the market. Not the best feel for the market and the BMW and Audi, which are on average cheaper in three years by 38 per cent. However, their eternal rival, the Mercedes has a higher metric for the preservation of market price tags on their products (on average, the Mercedes cars are getting cheaper by 21 percent over the three years of ownership).

     

    If you take a separate premium models from 2015 to 2018 less lost in the price of the SUV Land Rover Discovery Sport, while maintaining as current year 85,05% of its value.

    Second place goes to the Acura TLX model with the residual price tag 85,01%. Three leaders closes the Land Rover Discovery 4, which is retained for 3 years 84,52% of the cost.

     

    Here the leaders of the premium segment, which for 3 years has lost the least in market value.

     

    Here are the cars that are less likely to lose in value on the used market

     

    How much cheaper conventional cars in 3 years?

     

     

    The residual value of the car.

    Mass market

    Residual price %

    3 years of ownership

    Mark
    Model

    Mazda
    CX-5
    89,69%

    Renault
    Logan
    88,38%

    Mazda
    Mazda6
    87,43%

    Renault
    Sandero
    87,32%

    Mazda
    Mazda3
    Of 85.70%

    Hyundai
    Solaris
    85,22%

    Toyota
    Land Cruiser 200
    84,80%

    KIA
    Rio
    84,78%

    Skoda
    Rapid
    83,98%

    Chevrolet
    NIVA
    83,32%

    Toyota
    Corolla
    81,85%

    KIA
    Soul
    81,27%

    Renault
    Duster
    Of 81.00%

    VW
    Touareg
    80,86%

    Honda
    CR-V
    Of 80.59%

    Hyundai
    ix35
    80,57%

    KIA
    CEE’d
    Of 80.12%

    Toyota
    Land Cruiser Prado
    79,98%

    VW
    Polo
    79,82%

    Hyundai
    i40
    79,14%

    Geely
    Emgrand X7
    78,91%

    Toyota
    RAV 4
    78,61%

    Skoda
    Octavia
    78,54%

    KIA
    Sportage
    77,98%

    Daewoo
    Gentra
    $ 77.78 / barrel%

    Hyundai
    Santa Fe
    77,69%

    Lada
    4×4
    77,66%

    Citroen
    C4 Picasso
    77,07%

    Subaru
    Forester
    77,01%

    Nissan
    Terrano
    76,58%

    KIA
    Sorento
    76,29%

    Lada
    Largus
    76,12%

    Lifan
    Solano
    75,76%

    UAZ
    Pickup
    75,34%

    Nissan
    Almera
    75,30%

    Toyota
    Camry
    75,18%

    Ford
    Fiesta
    74,81%

    Geely
    Emgrand
    74,69%

    Nissan
    X-Trail
    74,61%

    SsangYong
    Kyron
    74,55%

    Ford
    Mondeo
    74,06%

    Suzuki
    Vitara
    Of 73.98%

    VW
    Tiguan
    73,91%

    Mitsubishi
    Pajero — IV
    73,66%

    Lifan
    X50
    73,09%

    Subaru
    Outback
    72,97%

    Chery
    Tiggo 5
    72,69%

    Nissan
    Sentra
    72,61%

    Mitsubishi
    Outlander
    72,19%

    Nissan
    Qashqai
    71,77%

    Mitsubishi
    L200-IV
    71,48%

    Lada
    Priora
    71,47%

    Lada
    Kalina
    71,24%

    Ford
    Focus
    71,23%

    Ford
    Kuga
    Of 71.00%

    Citroen
    Grand C4 Picasso
    Of 69.54%

    SsangYong
    Stavic
    69,26%

    Datsun
    mi-DO
    69,20%

    Ford
    EcoSport
    68,97%

    Lifan
    X60
    68,95%

    Skoda
    Yeti
    68,71%

    UAZ
    Hunter
    68,51%

    Nissan
    Juke
    67,65%

    VW
    Jetta
    67.55% of

    SsangYong
    Actyon
    67,43%

    UAZ
    Patriot
    66,80%

    Datsun
    on-DO
    66,53%

    Chery
    Tiggo
    66,16%

    Chevrolet
    Aveo
    Of 65.81%

    Nissan
    Teana
    Of 64.95%

    Citroen
    C4 Sedan
    Of 64.59%

    Mitsubishi
    Pajero Sport
    64,17%

    Mitsubishi
    ASX
    Of 64.01%

    Opel
    Antara
    63,85%

    Chevrolet
    Captiva
    63,51%

    Peugeot
    408
    Of 62.88%

    Peugeot
    2008
    62,06%

    Opel
    Mokka
    61,78%

    Citroen
    C4 Aircross
    61,64%

    Peugeot
    4008
    61,26%

    Geely
    GC6
    60,50%

    Chery
    M11
    59,97%

    Opel
    Astra
    A 59.94%

    Peugeot
    308
    59,84%

    Citroen
    C-Elysee
    58,78%

    Lada
    Granta
    From 58.77%

    Peugeot
    301
    58,66%

    Daewoo
    Matiz
    57,73%

    Chevrolet
    Cruze
    Of 57.67%

    Lifan
    Cebrium
    57,65%

    Citroen
    DS4
    55,77%

    Peugeot
    3008
    53,09%

    Opel
    Insignia
    46,47%

    Subaru
    Impreza XV
    42,82%

    Daewoo
    Nexia
    41,25%

    Total (average)
    71,20%

    How much cheaper premium car for 3 years?

     

     

     

    The residual value of the car.

    The premium segment

    Residual price %

    3 years of ownership

    Mark
    Model

    Land Rover
    Discovery Sport
    85,05%

    Acura
    TLX
    85,01%

    Land Rover
    Discovery 4
    84,52%

    BMW
    X5
    84,50%

    Jeep
    Wrangler
    84,41%

    Mercedes-Benz
    GL-Class
    83,38%

    Audi
    Q7
    82,38%

    Porsche
    Cayenne
    81,68%

    Porsche
    Macan
    81,56%

    Land Rover
    Range Rover
    80,90%

    Mercedes-Benz
    GLE Coupe
    80,70%

    Land Rover
    Evoque
    80,69%

    MINI
    Cooper (5 DV)
    79,76%

    Lexus
    NX
    79,35%

    Lexus
    RX
    78,88%

    Mercedes-Benz
    C-Class
    78,76%

    BMW
    X6
    78,37%

    Volvo
    V40 Cross Country
    77,81%

    Volvo
    XC90
    76,99%

    Acura
    RDX
    Of 76.52%

    Volvo
    XC60
    76,35%

    MINI
    Countryman
    76,23%

    Mercedes-Benz
    The GLE-Class
    To 75.85%

    MINI
    Cooper (3 DV)
    74,81%

    Land Rover
    Range Rover Sport
    74,67%

    Volvo
    XC70
    For 74, 05%

    Mercedes-Benz
    GLC
    73,71%

    Audi
    A7
    Of 73.59%

    Mercedes-Benz
    CLA-Class
    73,19%

    Lexus
    GX
    72,96%

    Audi
    Q5
    72,87%

    Mercedes-Benz
    GLA
    72,35%

    Infiniti
    Q50
    71,54%

    Infiniti
    QX70
    71,09%

    Audi
    Q3
    69,79%

    Acura
    MDX
    69,37%

    Infiniti
    The QX60
    69,27%

    Lexus
    LX
    68,31%

    Mercedes-Benz
    G-Class
    68,23%

    BMW
    X3
    67.55% of

    Audi
    A3 Sedan
    67,13%

    Audi
    A3 Sportback
    66,94%

    Mercedes-Benz
    S-Class
    66,88%

    Audi
    A5 Sportback
    66,47%

    Jaguar
    XE
    66,34%

    Lexus
    ES
    66,05%

    Cadillac
    Escalade
    65,59%

    BMW
    X4
    Age of 65.17%

    Audi
    A6
    64,89%

    Mercedes-Benz
    E-Class Coupe
    63,98%

    Mercedes-Benz
    GLK-Class
    63,66%

    BMW
    3
    63,37%

    smart
    smart fortwo
    63,22%

    BMW
    5
    63,21%

    Mercedes-Benz
    E-Class Saloon
    63,16%

    Audi
    A4
    Of 63.00%

    Mercedes-Benz
    A-Class
    62,93%

    Porsche
    Panamera
    Of 60.86%

    Infiniti
    QX50
    60,15%

    Jeep
    New Cherokee
    59,87%

    Infiniti
    QX80
    Of 59.51%

    Jeep
    Grand Cherokee
    58,41%

    BMW
    X1
    58,11%

    Cadillac
    SRX
    Of 58.00%

    BMW
    7
    54,39%

    Jaguar
    XF
    53,93%

    Audi
    A8
    52,89%

    Jaguar
    XJ
    45,46%

    Total (average)
    69,67%

    Here are the cars that are less likely to lose in value on the used market
    Here are the cars that are less likely to lose in value on the used market
    Here are the cars that are less likely to lose in value on the used market Data company the price is Right