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...
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.
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.
5. Porsche 718 Cayman 2.5 GTS
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.
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