Cars lose value over time, there's no getting away from it. In fact, depreciation is the biggest cost of ownership, so knowing which cars hold on to most of their value could save you a packet.
Here at whatcar.com we have resale values for every new car on sale, so arm yourself with the numbers you need with our depreciation tool – before heading into battle on the forecourt.
To make it easier, we've crunched the numbers to reveal the car with the best overall resale percentage, and the one with the worst.
Strongest resale percentage
The Porsche 911 has the strongest three-year resale value of any car currently on sale – at 64% for a GT3.
The car isn't cheap, of course, with a list price of more than £86,000, so although it will still be worth just over £55,000 after three years, you'll have to reconcile yourself to losing £30,539 over that period.
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