The 10 slowest-depreciating SUVs
Everyone wants to get the biggest bang for their buck when they sell their SUV, but some hold their value far better than others. Here, we reveal which models are solid investments...
It's an unfortunate fact that every new car begins losing value the moment you drive it away from the showroom, but the rate at which models shed pounds and pence varies wildly.
SUVs are now some of the most popular cars on UK roads, and that desirability means they can be protected from the dreaded hand of depreciation better than some other classes of car. Still, the gap between the best and the worst is vast indeed. Here we list the 10 models of SUV that lose the least value in their first three years and 36,000 miles of life.
Unsurprisingly, this list features plenty of exotic and high-end models, but there are also more mainstream choices. In each case, you can click the links to read more about each car in our reviews, and see how much we can save you with our free New Car Buying service.
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