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Which cars have the worst resale value?

Espresso Logo By Carina Ockedahl of Espresso | Slide 1 of 21: <p>New <strong><a href="https://www.msn.com/en-gb/cars/enthusiasts/20-quirky-facts-and-stories-about-cars/ss-BByT8OG">car</a></strong> buyers may find the joy that comes with purchasing a new <strong>vehicle</strong> is quickly followed by a momentary sense of dread the moment they <strong>drive</strong> off the dealer’s lot. Depreciation is inevitable and it’s one of the main factors that can affect <strong>resale value</strong>.</p><p>Knowing this, consumers can expect to lose an average of 20 percent from the vehicle’s initial manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP). Of course, there are other factors that affect the resale value of a <strong>second-hand car</strong>.</p><p>We have included a list of 20 <strong>cars</strong> spanning from 2013 to 2017 with the worst resale values after one to five years of ownership.</p>

Which cars have the worst resale value?

New car buyers may find the joy that comes with purchasing a new vehicle is quickly followed by a momentary sense of dread the moment they drive off the dealer’s lot. Depreciation is inevitable and it’s one of the main factors that can affect resale value.

Knowing this, consumers can expect to lose an average of 20 percent from the vehicle’s initial manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP). Of course, there are other factors that affect the resale value of a second-hand car.

We have included a list of 20 cars spanning from 2013 to 2017 with the worst resale values after one to five years of ownership.

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