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Cars that devalue more after one year of use



São Paulo – Volvo XC90 is a model car which most loses value after one year of use, according to the Seal of the Supreme Value of Resale of 2018, prepared by Agência AutoInforme.

The survey, which is in the fifth edition, assessed the average depreciation of 110 vehicles among the best-selling in Brazil from August 2017. Until August 2018.

The models belong to 24 brands: Audi, BMW, Chevrolet, Citroën, Fiat, Ford, Honda, Hyundai, JAC, Jeep, Kia Motors, Land Rover, Lexus, Lifan, Mercedes-Benz, Mini, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Peugeot, Renault, Suzuki, Toyota, Volkswagen and Volvo.

The result is obtained from comparisons between price about which in August 2017 the version of the car with a zero-kilometer was announced and the value by which the same seminovo model was announced in August this year. The prices are taken from the Molicar Table, which shows the sales figures announced on the market.

Cars that registered high price volatility during this period, either due to the lack of availability of the model or due to possible discounts transferred to the consumer at the beginning of the study, were not considered to avoid distortions in the ranking results.

See below the 19 most lost cars at the time of resale, according to the highest resale value in 2018.

1) Volvo XC90

XC90

XC90 (Disclosure / disclosure)

Depreciation in one year: -18.6%

2) Fiat Weekend

(Fiat / Disclosure)

Depreciation in one year: -18.6%

3) Lex200 CT200H

Lexus CT200h Hybrid Lexus CT200h Hybrid

Lexus CT200h Hybrid (disclosure / disclosure)

Depreciation in one year: -16.4%

4) Volkswagen Passat

Volkswagen Passat Exclusive Volkswagen Passat Exclusive

Passat Exclusive Volkswagen (photo / disclosure / disclosure)

Depreciation in one year: -16.3%

5) Volkswagen Spacefox

Volkswagen Spacefox

Volkswagen Spacefox (Volkswagen / Disclosure)

Depreciation in one year: -15.8%

6) BMW X5

BMW X5 eDrive BMW X5 eDrive

BMW X5 eDrive (BMW / disclosure)

Depreciation in one year: -15.8%

7) Audi A3

Audi A3 Audi A3

Audi A3 (Leo Sposito / Four Wheels)

Depreciation in one year: -15.8%

8) Nissan Frontier

Nissan Frontier 2017 Nissan Frontier 2017

Nissan Frontier 2017 (Nissan / Disclosure)

Depreciation in one year: -15.7%

9) Mercedes-Benz E-Class

(Mercedes-Benz / Disclosure)

Depreciation in one year: -15.6%

10) Hyundai Elantra

Hyundai Elantra with a new series Hyundai Elantra

Hyundai Elantra (disclosure / disclosure)

Sale within one year: -15.5%

11) BMW X3

(BMW / disclosure)

Depreciation in one year: -15%

12) Audi A4

Audi A4 Avant

(reproduction / disclosure)

Depreciation in one year: -14.9%

13) Ford Fusion

Ford Fusion Ford Fusion

Fusion, Ford (Ford / Disclosure)

Depreciation in one year: -14.5%

14) BMW 3 Series

The new BMW 328i Series 3 The new BMW 328i Series 3

New BMW 328i Series 3 (disclosure / disclosure)

Depreciation in one year: -14.5%

15) Audi Q5

Audi Q5 Audi Q5

Audi Q5 (Audi / Disclosure)

Depreciation in one year: -14.3%

16) Chevrolet Montana

Chevrolet Montana 2015 Chevrolet Montana 2015

Chevrolet Montana 2015 (Chevrolet / Disclosure)

Depreciation in one year: -14,2%

17) Ford Focus

Ford Focus SE Ford Focus SE

Ford Focus SE (Ford / Disclosure)

Depreciation in one year: -14%

18) BMW i3

BMW i3 2017

(BMW / disclosure)

Depreciation in one year: -14%

19) Volkswagen Amarok

Amarok V6 Highline

(Volkswagen / Disclosure)

Depreciation in one year: -13.9%

Why take into account devaluation when buying

Losing the value of a vehicle over time is one of the criteria that can lead to the purchase of a new car. The greater the devaluation, the greater the difficulty of resale, and thus the greater loss at the time of transfer.

On the other hand, if the intention is to buy a new car, the depreciation indicator shows which used cars have values ​​furthest from their zero-kilometer version and can therefore be a good solution.

But why is the car amortizing? The lower the demand for the model, the more it loses value. This means that cars that depreciate more often are more luxurious, with less demand or models that are not well accepted by consumers.

Some more popular cars may also be on the list if sales are not enough to absorb a large supply of the vehicle in resale. The crisis scenario and changes in funding conditions can also help raise the model's resources.

According to Autoinforme, depreciation may also depend on other factors, such as the brand, the consumer's image, the size of the car, the structure of the dealership network, the care of the manufacturer with regard to after-sales production and origin.


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