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The 10 slowest-depreciating cars 2019

As What Car? research shows electric cars now hold onto more of their value than petrols and diesels on average, we take a look at the slowest depreciating cars you can buy right now...

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Darren Moss
4 Mar 2019 09:30

7. Alpine A110 Pure

Price £46,910 Target Price £46,910 30k/3yr residual value £30,075 price drop £16,835 retained value 64.1%

Welcome to the first five-star car on this list, and our reigning Sports Car of the Year. What impresses most about this reborn Alpine sports car is its ability to put a smile on your face at any speed, thanks to its involving and entertaining handling, comfortable ride and rapid performance.

Read our full Alpine A110 review, or see our latest deals


6. Audi Q8 55 TFSI quattro S line

Audi Q8

Price £64,810 Target Price £61,983 30k/3yr residual value £41,750 price drop £23,060 retained value 64.4%

If you want the space and luxury afforded by the Audi Q7 SUV, but in a more svelte, coupé-esque package, the Q8 has been designed with you in mind. You get a spacious and quiet interior, a refined range of engines and competitive running costs.

Read our full Audi Q8 review, or see our latest deals


5. Porsche 718 Cayman 2.5 GTS

Porsche 718 Cayman

Price £61,892 Target Price £61,892 30k/3yr residual value £39,925 price drop £21,967 retained value 64.5%

The Cayman is a fantastic sports car, being a joy to drive and beautifully built inside. Its brilliant handling and strong engines mean it can slap a grin onto your face even at sensible speeds. In fact, we think it's one of the best sports cars on the planet.

Read our full Porsche 718 Cayman review, or see our latest deals


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