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Tom McParland Tom McParland Jan 14, 2020 at 23:40. 12 comments

There Isn't A Single American Car On This 2020 List Of Vehicles People Keep For At Least 15 Years

There Isn't A Single American Car On This 2020 List Of Vehicles People Keep For At Least 15 Years

Once again our friends at iSeeCars, have crunched some data to find out which cars are likely to be kept for 15 years or more. This year’s list doesn’t look terribly different than the one from last year and is basically dominated by only two brands.

Once again the Toyota Highlander tops the list, but gone is the Prius that had the number two spot in 2019. From there it’s a fairly predictable...

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Tom McParland Tom McParland Dec 13, 2019. 14 comments

Toyota Tops List Of The Best Used Cars To Buy In 2020: Study

Toyota Tops List Of The Best Used Cars To Buy In 2020: Study

It’s well established that new cars are getting very expensive, but you don’t have to break the bank to get a quality vehicle. Pre-owned cars typically offer more value for your dollar because someone else has taken the initial depreciation. Our friends at iSeeCars have dug into previous studies that analyzed over 20 million cars to recommend the top pre-owned vehicles to buy.

Using previous...

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Tom McParland Tom McParland Oct 30, 2019. 12 comments

Wait, So The Nissan GT-R Has One Of The Best Resale Values?

Wait, So The Nissan GT-R Has One Of The Best Resale Values?

Every year our friends at iSeeCars.com take a fresh look at pre-owned sales data to determine what cars hold their value the best, and which ones depreciate hard. This year’s list has your predictable winners like Jeep Wranglers and Toyota Trucks, but you may be surprised to see the GT-R hold value so well.

According to iSeeCars.com, the average depreciation for a vehicle is about 50% after...

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Kristen Lee Kristen Lee Aug 09, 2019. 21 comments

A Corvette Convertible Ended Up On This List Of Least-Driven Cars

A Corvette Convertible Ended Up On This List Of Least-Driven Cars

Recently, iSeeCars.com released another study of cars owners drive the most . It’s still populated largely by SUVs, so what is more fun is examining a list of cars people drive the least. I expected to see Ferraris, Lamborghinis and Aston Martins. I didn’t expect the “some people never drive their Corvettes” stereotype to be so blatantly true.

Here’s the study:

We’ve seen this before with...

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Tom McParland Tom McParland Jun 14, 2019. 24 comments

This 2019 Study Reveals the Best Used Car Values for Under $20,000

This 2019 Study Reveals the Best Used Car Values for Under $20,000

New car sales are slowing down and due to the rising average cost of a brand new model, more buyers are pivoting to the preowned market. It’s no secret that letting someone else take the depreciation can result in a better value for your dollar, but a new study from iSeeCars examines which models can get you the most for your money.

Car Sales Are Slipping Into Recession-Level Decline

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Tom McParland Tom McParland Mar 05, 2019. 24 comments

Move Over Miata: The Audi TT Is More Likely To Last Over 150,000 Miles

Move Over Miata: The Audi TT Is More Likely To Last Over 150,000 Miles

Once again our friends at iSeeCars.com have crunched the data and come up with a new list for 2019 on the cars most likely to rack up some serious mileage. The overall winners are fairly predictable with big trucks, SUVs, and Toyotas taking the top spots, but there was a surprise leader in the iSeeCars newest category: sports cars.

First, a few updates tolast year’s list . For 2019 things...

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Tom McParland Tom McParland Feb 13, 2019. 24 comments

The Used Cars That Will Save You the Most Over New Cars in 2019

The Used Cars That Will Save You the Most Over New Cars in 2019

More often than not a pre-owned model will offer more value than a new one, since it’s already taken the depreciation hit. While some cars don’t quite suffer from the same drop as others, a new study from iSeeCars.com reveals the vehicles with the most dramatic savings versus their new counterparts in 2019.

Now one would expect a top 10 list of depreciation savings would be filled with...

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Tom McParland Tom McParland Jan 04, 2019. 23 comments

Toyota Dominates the 2019 List of Cars People Keep for 15 Years

Toyota Dominates the 2019 List of Cars People Keep for 15 Years

For 2019, our friends at iSeeCars.com have crunched some updated data and found the cars that people are more likely to keep for 15 years or more. It probably comes as no surprise that most of the cars on the list come from Toyota.

Last year’s list of cars that owners keep for 15 years was fairly predictable, but for 2019 iSeeCars did some analysis on over 750,000 cars from the 1981-2003...

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Tom McParland Tom McParland Oct 11, 2018. 24 comments

These Are the Cars With the Most and Least Depreciation After Five Years

These Are the Cars With the Most and Least Depreciation After Five Years

Unless you’re buying some rare vintage sports car as an “investment,” you can expect your new ride to lose value once you drive it off the lot. But some cars retain value much better than others. Our friends at iSeeCars have put together a list of the lowest and highest depreciating cars after five years, you probably won’t be shocked at the results.

According to the study, most cars lost...

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Tom McParland Tom McParland Aug 01, 2018. 23 comments

This 2018 Study Lists Which Cars People Keep The Longest

This 2018 Study Lists Which Cars People Keep The Longest

Once again, our friends at iSeeCars.com have compiled the cars that people hold onto the longest. The list is quite different from the data they got last year and has both some predictable entries and surprising rankings.

Last year iSeeCars.com conducted the same study and the results were dominated by mostly large family haulers and sports cars. However, this year most of the sports cars are...

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Tom McParland Tom McParland Jul 08, 2018. 23 comments

These Are The Cars People Drive The Most

These Are The Cars People Drive The Most

The average person puts about 11,500 miles a year on their car, but certain cars tend to rack up the miles more than others. A recent study by iSeeCars.com reveals the vehicles that drivers are really racking up the miles in every year.

As you may have guessed, the list is filled with large SUVs and crossovers and one minivan.

“While the average 10-year-old vehicle is driven 11,518 miles per...

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Kristen Lee Kristen Lee Jun 16, 2018. 24 comments

These Are The Late-Model Cars With The Highest Depreciation

These Are The Late-Model Cars With The Highest Depreciation

Cars are typically depreciating assets (unless you’re buying a 1963 Ferrari 250 GTO) but this is actually good news if you’re a used car shopper. Here are the late-model cars with the highest three-year depreciation and the top one is kind of surprising.

The site notes that despite the average car depreciating at 35 percent after the first three years of purchase, luxury and imported cars will...

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Tom McParland Tom McParland Apr 04, 2018. 24 comments

This 2018 Study Reveals The Vehicles That Are Likely To Go Over 200,000 Miles

This 2018 Study Reveals The Vehicles That Are Likely To Go Over 200,000 Miles

The most financially wise way to own a car is to keep it as long as possible. While our friends at Consumer Reports have their predictions as to what models will reach beyond the 200,000-mile mark, a new study from iSeeCars reveals a different list—one that’s dominated by trucks and SUVs.

Unlike the Consumer Reports list that predicts reliability based on previous model years of certain...

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Tom McParland Tom McParland Feb 04, 2018. 24 comments

Here Are The Cars You Should Buy New Instead Of Used In 2018

Here Are The Cars You Should Buy New Instead Of Used In 2018

I’ve never subscribed to the “always buy used cars” philosophy, but some folks are still convinced that due to depreciation, pre-owned models are the smartest financial purchase. This study from iSeeCars.com reveals for some cars this year, the used version doesn’t save you that much.

Recently, we covered the cars that have the lowest rate of depreciation , and naturally many of those models...

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Tom McParland Tom McParland Jan 10, 2018. 23 comments

These Are The Cars People Keep For 15 Years

These Are The Cars People Keep For 15 Years

There is a freedom in driving a car for a long time after it’s been paid off. But not every vehicle can go the distance. If you’re the type to keep your car for a long time, have a look at this survey breaking down the most popular models that owners tend to keep for 15 years.

According to a study conducted by iSeeCars.com, Toyota tops the list of cars that people keep into their automotive...

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