While there are those that buy a car and run it for most of their lives, car owners in the UK will change their ride after a while.
And when they do, they make sure to get as much money back as they can.
This means that whenever they purchase a car, a big part of the decision making is the car’s ability to hold its value. One such example is the Mini, who barely loses any value, and re–selling one will get you a lot of money back.
But is seems that the Dacia Sandero hatchback, which has become more and more popular, will become the next least depreciating vehicle in UK. While only time will tell if this will prove to hold true, it is fact that for now, at least, the cheap Romanian vehicle is quite popular throughout Europe.
According to the car maker, the Sandero Access, the entry level hatch, will only lose 3.615 GBP in three years or 60.000 miles, while the top of the range Sandero Laureate will lose 5.000 GBP in value in the same period. Compare it to the main competitors, and the cheap Dacia will save you up to 4.000 GBP when reselling.