Special Report

Cars That Lose Their Value the Quickest

Source: Courtesy of Acura

5. Acura RLX
> Model depreciation after 5 years: -69.2% (-$42,913)
> Avg. 2014 price for a new model: $62,003
> Avg. 2019 price of a used 2014 model: $19,090
> Vehicle type: Sedan

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4. BMW i3
> Model depreciation after 5 years: -70.9% (-$38,922)
> Avg. 2014 price for a new model: $54,935
> Avg. 2019 price of a used 2014 model: $16,013
> Vehicle type: Hatchback

3. Nissan LEAF
> Model depreciation after 5 years: -71.0% (-$25,350)
> Avg. 2014 price for a new model: $35,709
> Avg. 2019 price of a used 2014 model: $10,359
> Vehicle type: Hatchback

Source: BMW USA

2. BMW 7 Series
> Model depreciation after 5 years: -71.3% (-$75,550)
> Avg. 2014 price for a new model: $106,015
> Avg. 2019 price of a used 2014 model: $30,465
> Vehicle type: Sedan

1. Maserati Quattroporte
> Model depreciation after 5 years: -72.2% (-$97,178)
> Avg. 2014 price for a new model: $134,582
> Avg. 2019 price of a used 2014 model: $37,404
> Vehicle type: Sedan

 

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