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BEIRUT: We've all heard it a thousand times: Cars are not sound investments.As a matter of fact, the cars that more often than not fall in value dramatically are actually the more expensive automobiles, particularly luxury saloons and sports cars, and for a whole host of reasons. In fact, some cars are especially notorious for falling hard.Meanwhile, among Mercedes-Benz offerings, the SL65 AMG may be one of the best high-performance roadsters on the road, but it will likely make its owner weep as he watches its value decline with every mile. A 2008 model, costing $130,000 new at the time, is now down to around $33,000, while a 2000 model, $70,000 14 years ago, is now worth under $5,000 .A 2004 model Range Rover HSE now goes for around $15,000 while a 2008 supercharged model goes for around $55,000, half its value when new.
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