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Cars are different, with most people who buy one new looking to sell it and buy another after about five years on average.Let me explain: Say you have a choice of two cars, each priced at $30,000 .This happens for two reasons: First, because the car has a mark-up over the wholesale price so the dealer can make a profit, and you can't very well expect to sell the car with that mark-up after you buy it.So ask yourself: Would you pay the same amount of money for a car with all these issues as for a brand new car that's never been driven?Different cars have different running costs.As I mentioned before, you can expect massive depreciation on cars that aren't in demand – cars that nobody else wants – and you should keep in mind that there are certain categories of cars that are more prone to depreciation, especially luxury automobiles that have a relatively higher markup.
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