As years pass by people are finding more and more ways to improve the things we use on a daily basis. This includes home appliances, the technology that we use, and goes all the way down to the cars that we are driving. Cars that are on the market are continuously changing. Car innovators are finding new and better ways to make cars more comfortable to ride and drive in, they have better cars that are designed to keep passengers safe even in the event of an accident while still catching the eye of everyone you drive by as they are beautiful! However, no matter how beautiful or innovative the car may be, once you invest in it and drive it off of the lot, its value begins to depreciate. Below are 50 cars that are designed to fit your needs that do not lose too much of their value as you drive them.
1. Mini Cooper Countryman
This car is also known as the Mini Hatch, Mini One, or just plain Mini and was first manufactured by BMW after the original Mini Cooper brand went out of business in the early 2000s. The primary reasons that the Mini Cooper has begun to depreciate in value are because it is hard and expensive to replace tires that go flat and the tires are designed to be low to the ground for visual reasons which also means they experience more wear and tear faster and are more likely to go flat fast.
Mini Coops are also expensive to do regular maintenance on and its overhaul price is not fixed. The average cost is roughly $170,000 and has a 13.8% depreciation value.
2. Trailblazer LTZ by Chevrolet
Trailblazers are sports cars designed and manufactured in Brazil by the Chevrolet company. This car is undervalued primarily because of the steering wheels because they cannot be adjusted. It also cannot make any tight turns due to its size meaning it takes a lot of skill to get through or turn around in small places.
3. Volvo XC60 T-8 Hybrid R-Design
This has been one of the best selling Volvo models since 2016 but started to depreciate in value due to a few negatives. Firstly, it has low tires meaning they are more likely to wear out faster. They are expensive to maintain, and an onboard computer that has a tendency to malfunction. It is estimated to be valued at $300,000 new and has a 13.8% depreciation rate.
4. Fiat Argo Drive GSR
The Fiat Hatch was originally put on the market to replace the Fiat Punto and Palio. It depreciates primarily due to the automated exchange which has a few glitches and is slow in making changes. It also has a high 1.8 engine consumption.
5. Toyota Hilux CD
This is a truck that is made by Toyota. The truck was referred to as Stout until the year 1969 when it was renamed the Hilux. The number one negative is that it is hard and expensive to maintain and the parts are custom meaning if they need replacing it will be expensive. The truck is uncomfortable to drive and does not have an updated multimedia system.
6. Mercedes Benz E-Class
This is a car famous for its beautiful craftsmanship and the performance it can do as they seem to last forever. However, they are expensive to maintain and do not come with a fixed-price revision and they have a large turning diameter meaning they cannot turn around in small spaces easily.
7. Ford Ka Titanium Sedan
Ka is a Ford car that is manufactured and sold in Brazil. It is the cheapest of this type of car that Ford sells and makes a bold statement thanks to its innovative design. Large turning diameter and wheel wear and tear are the primary causes of value depreciation.
8. Kia Sorento
The Sorento has gotten 5/5 stars for all of its safety features by the European and Australian New Vehicle Assessment Programs. It is valued to be worth roughly $180,300 and depreciates at 14% due to its steering wheel adjustment issues and old multimedia systems.
9. BMW 125i M Sport/ Active Flex
This is a series of cars that first made an appearance in 2004. It is the only car in its make and model that has a rear-wheel and a longitudinal drive. It also has a beautiful design that brings about devout admirers. It is estimated to be worth $192,678 and has a depreciation rate of 14.13%.
10. Ford Focus Titanium Plus
This car offers modern engines that have a new design and is built with new innovations like multi-rear rear suspension which makes it one of the best hatches of its class and comfortable to drive as well. It rakes 92nd in the bestseller’s list, valued at $100,396 and becomes devalued at a rate of 14.16%.
11. Chevrolet S-10 Pick-Up Advantage
S10 is a mid-size truck that has been manufactured from 1995 until now. It is a fairly simple truck that has chrome details and beautiful 18* wheels. Not only is it a beautiful ride but a comfortable and practical one as well. It depreciates its value at roughly 14.18% meaning it comes in 40th in the highest devaluation of cars.
12. Citroen C4 Cactus Feel
Built as a compact crossover, this model car is sold only in Europe and has a 4x 2 wheel drive. The C4 Cactus has innovated Airbumps which are attached to the side of the car as well as the bumpers which keep damage from happening to the pain. Last year it sold 3.300 units and had a depreciation value of 14.26% putting it at 82nd on the bestseller’s list.
13. Mercedes Benz G-63 AMG 4MATIC
This SUV that is made by Mercedes-Benz is a German cat that was initially put out to be used by the military but started to be sold to the public in the year 1979. The G-63 AMG 4MATIC is worth an estimated $1,049,900 and has a depreciation rate of 14.44% which made it the 38th highest car devaluation in the past year.
14. Renault Sandero GT Line
THis is a hatch-back that was developed by Renault and was initially made for the Eastern European and Latin American markets. Though it is a hatchback, it is pricier than the one it is derived from and is a model that is often considered to drive much better. The Renault Sandero GT Line sold over 52,000 units meaning it is 13th on the bestseller’s list. It costs $47,426 and has a devaluation rate of 14.45%.
15. Fiat Cronos
Cronos is a car that comes from the original Fiat Argo and was first manufactures and sold in Argentina in 2018. Its top competitors are Volkwagon, Hyundai HB20S, and Ford Ka+. It comes with a 5-speed manual gearbox and an automated GSR. It is currently ranked to have sold 29,311 units a year putting it at the 28th place on the list of best-selling cars. Fiat Cronos is valued at $55,363 and depreciates at 14.53%.
35 other cars on the list of the 50 most devalued cars:
16.) The Mercedez Benz S-560L
17.) The Volkswagon Saveiro Robust
18.) The Jaguar F-Type
19.) The Peugeot 2008 Griffe
20.) The Cherry Tiggo 7 TXS
21.) The Volkswagon Gol
22.) The Volkswagon SpaceFox Trendline
23.) The Mitsubishi Pajero HPE Full
24.) The BMW M5 Performance Pack M XDRIVE
25.) The Volkswagen Voyage
26.) The Toyota Yaris XS Sedan
27.) The Citroen Grand C4 Picasso Intensive
28.) The Chevrolet Montana LS
29.) The Ferrari Portofino
30.) The JAC T50
31.) The BMW M2 Competition
32.) The Nissan Sentra SL
33.) The Mercedes Benz GLC Coupe 4Matic
34.) The Suzuki S-Cross 4Style-S Allgrip
35.) The Land Rover Range Rover Velar S
36.) The Jac T40
37.) The Porsche 911 Turbo S Coupe
38.) The Lexus LS 500h
39.) Peugeot 208 Active Pack
40.) The Fiat Palio Weekend Adventure LOCKER
41.) The Kia Grand Carnival EX
42.) The Mercedes Benz GLS-350
43.) The Chery QQ 1.0 Smile
44.) The Fiat Strada Working HARD
45.) The Mini Cooper
46.) The Ford EcoSport STORM
47.) The Volvo V60 MOMENTUM
48.) The Jac T5
49.) The Renault Logan Express Advantage
50.) The Volvo XC40 T-5 MOMENTUM
Each of these cars is a great car to get. They are built in a way that are meant to last forever and take you where you need to go. They can last forever and are built to look nice as well. A few of the cars on this list do depreciate in value faster than others because they have a multitude of things that can go wrong with them. Others stand the test of time but are expensive to maintain and to replace the parts. Though they may depreciate in value, they stand the test of time and live up to their pricetags.