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The 10 slowest depreciating cars 2018

What Car? Logo By whatcar.com of What Car? | Slide 1 of 21: When you buy a new car, you're not likely to think about depreciation. However, it's one of the biggest costs of owning a vehicle, and is often more than your fuel, tax and servicing costs combined. A car loses a large portion of its value of the first few years of ownership, so finding one which will keep its value the longest will ensure you get most of your money back when it comes to selling on.Here, we've used our residual value data to show you the cars which will cost you the least in depreciation. All of our figures are based on you driving 10,000 miles per year.

Slowest depreciating cars

When you buy a new car, you're not likely to think about depreciation. However, it's one of the biggest costs of owning a vehicle, and is often more than your fuel, tax and servicing costs combined.

A car loses a large portion of its value of the first few years of ownership, so finding one which will keep its value the longest will ensure you get most of your money back when it comes to selling on.

Here, we've used our residual value data to show you the cars which will cost you the least in depreciation. All of our figures are based on you driving 10,000 miles per year.

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