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Nah, not really, unless you use the Total Cost Of Motoring service. (http://www.cap.co.uk/consumer) from CAP and forget to ignore their little error in the calculated figures


Go to the link. enter your registration and price you pid, etc. remarkably, the Depreciation amount will match pound for pound whatever you paid for the car
- but if you select by model number instead, the deprecation is a little bit more believable (for my DS4, I will lose around £10,000 on MY purchase price over the next 2.5 years, which is predictable calculation and a fair bit overly negative IMO)

Interesting to do comparisons with other cars even if you don't believe the figures, as it gives you an reasonable idea of depreciation pattern comparisons
 

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I was expecting about 40% of the list price . Ok its not good but no worse than most main streamcompanies, Ford ,Vauxhall for example .
 
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