Depreciation can be a blessing for used car shoppers and a nightmare for new car buyers. Some cars can lose as much as half of their value in just three years, but other cars depreciate so slowly that it arguably makes more sense to buy them new rather than used.
The overall average one-year depreciation rate across the auto industry is 26.8 percent, but a study by car research site iSeeCars discovered the top 10 slowest-depreciating cars with a less than 15 percent loss of value in one year. The top vehicle is the Honda HR-V with a depreciation rate of 10.5 percent, about $2260.
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