The 10 fastest-depreciating cars 2019
As What Car? research shows electric cars now hold onto more of their value than petrols and diesels on average, we reveal the models on sale today which depreciate the fastest...
4. Maserati Quattroporte V6 Diesel
Price £74,320 Target Price £52 30k/3yr residual value £20,575 price drop £53,645 retained value 27.7%
Looking for something smooth, luxurious and powerful to set you apart from the me-too German saloons? Enter the Quattroporte. It might be an expensive choice, but its Italian design is sure to turn heads.
Read our full Maserati Quattroporte review
3. Fiat Tipo 1.6 Multijet DDCT Easy Plus
Price £20,510 Target Price £19,510 30k/3yr residual value £5650 price drop £14,860 retained value 27.5%
Fiat planned to take on the big-selling Ford Focus and Volkswagen Golf with the Tipo family hatchback, but while it impresses generous standard kit and a tempting price tag, a disappointing drive keeps it as an also-ran in this class.
2. Renault Zoe 65kW i Q90 40kWh Dynamique Plus
Price £29,270 Target Price £27,056 30k/3yr residual value £7800 price drop £21,420 retained value 26.6% (electric car prices don’t include the government’s £3500 zero-emission vehicle grant)
The Zoe is a compelling choice if you're looking for a small electric car, and this Q90 version managed 132 miles between charges in our Real Range tests. It offers very low running costs and is quiet and easy to drive. You can also lease its battery to lower the purchase price.
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Best family cars 2021
What makes a good family hatchback and which models should you be considering? Here we count down the top 10 – and reveal the one to avoid
Citroën C4 long-term test review
The Citroën C4 family hatchback was recently reinvented to become a coupé SUV. We've already lived with the electric car version, but now we're seeing how the petrol compares