Real World Depreciation

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Post by Wing Commander » Mon Jan 10, 2022 9:04 pm

Col Lamb wrote:
Mon Jan 10, 2022 8:43 pm
Using WBAC and Motorway prices they offered me a few months ago £6.5k a year
So my car will be worthless after about 13-14 years, excluding what I’ve spent on mods etc! :P
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Post by pmg » Mon Jan 10, 2022 9:15 pm

I think proper analysis needs to split out two items, the annual loss on the car and the loss from "retail" to trade on a sale, I think the latter for a three to five-year-old Macan is of the order £7K to £10k and annual loss £4k to 5K
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Post by Bluesnose1812 » Mon Jan 10, 2022 9:39 pm

pmg wrote:
Mon Jan 10, 2022 9:15 pm
I think proper analysis needs to split out two items, the annual loss on the car and the loss from "retail" to trade on a sale, I think the latter for a three to five-year-old Macan is of the order £7K to £10k and annual loss £4k to 5K
So after 3 years you reckon it's £7k plus 3x£4k =£19k. But it's still only a guesstimate which is why I think the actual experienced loss of owners would be interesting. Or would having to write down the cost make most people cry :D
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Post by Jaws » Mon Jan 10, 2022 9:41 pm

Posting this as a buyer not seller but...

Model - Macan S Diesel
Date Bought - 01/22
Price paid OTR - New was £65,388 on original invoice
Cost of options included - Base vehicle £44,636, so £20,752.

Purchased for sub £30k. Car is a 65 plate with 73,000 miles. So just under 6.5 years old. I make it around £5500pa lost.

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Post by pmg » Mon Jan 10, 2022 9:44 pm

Bluesnose1812 wrote:
Mon Jan 10, 2022 9:39 pm
pmg wrote:
Mon Jan 10, 2022 9:15 pm
I think proper analysis needs to split out two items, the annual loss on the car and the loss from "retail" to trade on a sale, I think the latter for a three to five-year-old Macan is of the order £7K to £10k and annual loss £4k to 5K
So after 3 years you reckon it's £7k plus 3x£4k =£19k. But it's still only a guesstimate which is why I think the actual experienced loss of owners would be interesting. Or would having to write down the cost make most people cry :D

There has been enough discussion on here of WBAC, Motorway OPC and Cazoo quotes and then subsequent prices of cars being sold retail that I think it is reasonably accurate
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Post by Ian.g » Mon Jan 10, 2022 9:54 pm

Bought new in 2017 for £55,000. Sold last month for £33800. Macan SD with 38,000 miles. Extended warranty to March 22. So lost £21,200 over 58 months =£365/month. It retained 61% of its value at nearly 5 years which is exceptional. I suspect the current climate added about £4000 to its value - so in normal times it would have lost £434/month and retained 54% of its value. Pretty good even with these figures. I haven't included the extended warranty cost. Sold through Motorway

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Post by keelolo » Mon Jan 10, 2022 10:40 pm

Model - GTS
Date Bought Sep 16
Price paid 73K
Cost of options just over £20K
Date Sold Sep 21
Price received - £51.5K
Sold privately due peak used car pricing madness , only did about 16K miles in it, had full front PPF and about a months worth of extended Porsche warranty remaining on it
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Post by gtipirelli » Mon Jan 10, 2022 10:54 pm

We traded our base Macan for a Cayenne E Hybrid 4 weeks ago

Macan bought new in October 2016 for about £51k and received £30k from the dealer in December 2021. Car had 43k miles on it and did not have any warranty.

21-22k depreciation over 5 years and 43k miles is pretty good in my eyes. Apart from the transfer box being replaced last year under warranty, we had no other issues with the car
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Post by nsm3 » Tue Jan 11, 2022 8:49 am

Haven't sold mine, but based on Parkers and the usual £7k dealer mark up, I would expect to get £35k for it after 51 months and 28k miles, so that would equate to £705 ppm? Also 49-50% of cost.
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