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9 cars to buy new, not used

Autoblog Logo By Jeremy Korzeniewski of Autoblog | Slide 1 of 10: You know the drill. As soon as you drive a new car off the lot, it's no longer new. It's used. That means it just lost a bunch of value in the eyes of car buyers. But some vehicles don't lose all that much value in the first year.The nine vehicles on this list have the smallest changes in value after their first year of ownership. In practical terms, that means it may not make the best financial sense to buy them used.“Instead of buying a car that’s been driven for one year, consumers can buy the new version for just a few thousand dollars more and take advantage of the latest and greatest technological and safety features. When spread out over the length of a car loan at an average of 5.5 years, the slightly increased monthly payments can be offset by the added warranty and dealer incentives,” according to Ly Phong of iSeeCars.com, which compiled this list.Click on the image above to see which nine vehicles lose the least amount of value in their first year of ownership.And to compare these vehicles with others in their class, try Autoblog's Compare Cars tool.

Be smart with your money

You know the drill. As soon as you drive a new car off the lot, it's no longer new. It's used. That means it just lost a bunch of value in the eyes of car buyers. But some vehicles don't lose all that much value in the first year.

The nine vehicles on this list have the smallest changes in value after their first year of ownership. In practical terms, that means it may not make the best financial sense to buy them used.

“Instead of buying a car that’s been driven for one year, consumers can buy the new version for just a few thousand dollars more and take advantage of the latest and greatest technological and safety features. When spread out over the length of a car loan at an average of 5.5 years, the slightly increased monthly payments can be offset by the added warranty and dealer incentives,” according to Ly Phong of iSeeCars.com, which compiled this list.

Click through the slideshow to see which nine vehicles lose the least amount of value in their first year of ownership.

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