Favorable investment: which cars for 3 years lose in value the least
One of the important characteristics of the car is its loss of value during operation. In other words, for how much it can be resold after years. To answer this question, the analytic agency “The Right Price”, together with Avtostat Info, studied the loss of the cost of three hundred and sixteen models sold in 2015. For cars that are least likely to lose value, read on.
During the ranking, the models were divided into two segments: mass and bonus. Let’s start our acquaintance with mass cars.
Rating loss of the cost of cars of the mass segment
The most liquid B-class car was the Renault Logan, which on average for three years of operation saves 93.32% of the cost. Quite an expected result, as experts of the site Novate.ru note, because Logan has always been famous for its reliability. As if in confirmation of these words, Logan’s brother Renault Sandero was in the second place, the residual value of which was 89.39%. The third place in the “small class” took the market leader Hyundai Solaris with a result of 86.2%
Among the cars of the C-class, the best performance in 86.63% of the Mazda3. The second and third place was stung out by the “Koreans” from Hyundai – the i30 hatchback (85.57%) and the Elantra (84.5%), which is popular among us.
In the D-class, Mazda6 is losing less than others – it managed to save 89.66% of the cost. Immediately behind it is the Skoda Superb with 81.8%. In third place is our beloved Toyota Camry, which saves 78.45% of the initial cost.
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In the class of compact crossovers with the best loss rate in the entire rating, the first place is occupied by the Honda CR-V, which somehow showed an increase in value and a result of 109.76%. Liquidity indicators in this class are generally amazing. So, in the second and third places there are cars with a residual value of more than 90%. They were Renault Sandero Stepway (92.56%) (which, of course, is abehind it is the Skoda Superb) and Mazda CX-5 (90.87%), respectively.
In mid-size crossovers, the leader is Kia Sorento, which, after three years, is capable of returning 85.21% of the initial price to the owner when selling. It is followed by the Volkswagen Touareg (84.33%) and the Toyota Land Cruiser Prado (84.31%).
Among large SUVs, Ford Explorer (88.05%), Toyota Land Cruiser 200 (76.81%) and Mitsubishi Pajero (75.12%) lose the least in price.
The best liquidity indicators among the premium segment models are demonstrated by the Mercedes-Benz B-Class, which retains 89.09%. Right after him, with a very close result, is followed by a Land Rover Discovery with an indicator of 89.06%. In the third place among the premium models is the Mercedes-Benz C-Class, who managed to keep 88.19% of the starting price.
Also, Audi Q7 (87.61%) and Porsche Macan (85.78%) also hit the top five among premium cars.
Various car ratings are very helpful in selecting a decent car. And the Rating of the best and worst cars, according to the European Committee of independent crash tests for 2018, will help you to understand which car is safer – and this is certainly a very important criterion.