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Old 02-17-2014, 01:04 PM   #1 (permalink)
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It's obvious how I found the article, but aside from my obvious delight, there are other vehicles listed to make up for it.



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Old 02-17-2014, 01:49 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I'm a cheap SOB who buys cars used and keeps them until they have to go to the crusher. I want to know which cars have the WORST resale values and I want to know the info for many categories.
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Old 02-17-2014, 03:29 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I just read a report from Kelley Blue Book that ranks them in terms of percentage of value from new. 1. Toyota FJ Cruiser: resale value at 36 months (81%) / 60 months (70%) 2. Toyota Tacoma: resale value at 36 months (73.7%) / 60 months (61.9%) 3. Jeep Wrangler: resale value at 36 months (70.3%) / 60 months (59.1%) 4. Toyota 4Runner: resale value at 36 months (66.6%) / 60 months (56.2%) 5. Chevrolet Corvette: resale value at 36 months (67.5%) / 60 months (53.5%) 6. Toyota Tundra: resale value at 36 months (63.7%) / 60 months (52.3%) 7. Chevrolet Camaro: resale value at 36 months (63.7%) / 60 months (51.9%) 8. Honda CR-V: resale value at 36 months (63%) / 60 months (50.7%) 9. Chevrolet Silverado 1500: resale value at 36 months (59%) / 60 months (50.6%) 10. Dodge Challenger: resale value at 36 months (60.8%) / 60 months (50.5%)
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PrincipalDan said I'm a cheap SOB who buys cars used and keeps them until they have to go to the crusher. I want to know which cars have the WORST resale values and I want to know the info for many categories. You want worst resale values? Cayenne with grenaded motor. Newer Land Rovers and Range Rovers once they blow motors and have electrical gremlins. All 1990's to 2003 minivans because who wants to replace transmissions every 3 days? You more accurately want to know when a dependable make/model/year car reaches the absolute rock bottom of the depreciation curve. Some point where you can lay out $$$ purchase price and spend less than mid four figures for all maintenance, parts and repairs over a decade of use. We had a $250 '85 LTD Crown Victoria 2-door that went from my dad to brother to me and had less than $2k spent in all maintenance, registrations, & oil changes over the course of 10 years. (Granted my father worked for a dealership to get that low of a purchase price)
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SexCpotatoes said PrincipalDan said I'm a cheap SOB who buys cars used and keeps them until they have to go to the crusher. I want to know which cars have the WORST resale values and I want to know the info for many categories. You want worst resale values? Cayenne with grenaded motor. Newer Land Rovers and Range Rovers once they blow motors and have electrical gremlins. All 1990's to 2003 minivans because who wants to replace transmissions every 3 days? * You more accurately want to know when a dependable make/model/year car reaches the absolute rock bottom of the depreciation curve. Some point where you can lay out $$$ purchase price and spend less than mid four figures for all maintenance, parts and repairs over a decade of use. We had a $250 '85 LTD Crown Victoria 2-door that went from my dad to brother to me and had less than $2k spent in all maintenance, registrations, & oil changes over the course of 10 years. (Granted my father worked for a dealership to get that low of a purchase price) // =a.offsetWidth&&0>=a.offsetHeight)return!1;a=this. j(a);var c=a.top.toString()+y+a.left.toString();if(this.b.h asOwnProperty(c))return!1;this.b[c]=!0;return a.top
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PrincipalDan said SexCpotatoes said PrincipalDan said I'm a cheap SOB who buys cars used and keeps them until they have to go to the crusher. I want to know which cars have the WORST resale values and I want to know the info for many categories. You want worst resale values? Cayenne with grenaded motor. Newer Land Rovers and Range Rovers once they blow motors and have electrical gremlins. All 1990's to 2003 minivans because who wants to replace transmissions every 3 days? * You more accurately want to know when a dependable make/model/year car reaches the absolute rock bottom of the depreciation curve. Some point where you can lay out $$$ purchase price and spend less than mid four figures for all maintenance, parts and repairs over a decade of use. We had a $250 '85 LTD Crown Victoria 2-door that went from my dad to brother to me and had less than $2k spent in all maintenance, registrations, & oil changes over the course of 10 years. (Granted my father worked for a dealership to get that low of a purchase price) // =a.offsetWidth&&0>=a.offsetHeight)return!1;a=this. j(a);var c=a.top.toString()+y+a.left.toString();if(this.b.h asOwnProperty(c))return!1;this.b[c]=!0;return a.top
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Hey now! The '85 2-door LTD was a paragon of boxy beauty, and had I the funds, foresight, and fortitude I do now, I'd have put KYB gas-a-justs at all four corners, Explorer 5.0 with GT40p heads, headers, dual exhaust, and a Trac-LOK rear in it.
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There was a post a few weeks ago on TTAC in which some industry expert was expecting that soon there would be a flood of returned lease vehicles on the market putting downward pressure on resale values. I wonder what the MOST leased vehicles are that we can expect cheaper used car prices on?
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PrincipalDan said There was a post a few weeks ago on TTAC in which some industry expert was expecting that soon there would be a flood of returned lease vehicles on the market putting downward pressure on resale values. I wonder what the MOST leased vehicles are that we can expect cheaper used car prices on? I'm really hopeful for this. Used car prices have been in the stratosphere for years now. My daily driver is a car I bought in 2007 at 6 years old with just under 70k for $2k. It is still an uncool car, but when you consider it has probably cost me $2k in upkeep (retail prices, all work done for me), not counting a set of tires and oil changes, and a mere 350 or so a year to insure, it's so cheap that every other car looks like a money pit. My guess is that the cheapest would be something that was cheap/popular in rental fleets (ex: PT Cruiser), but few were owned by people that cared for them and they're not particularly reliable.
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