This should give every wealthy (and ignorant) car enthusiast pause.
Those expensive cars they’re buying depreciate faster than their stock portfolios during a crash.
On the other hand, it’s nice of them to pay manufacturers full price, hardly use the vehicles for a year or so and then sell to less monied rich people looking for a bargain. Although do you want the beautiful yet flawed Maserati Quattroporte at any price?
What about the Phaeton, Audi A8 or the mighty Maybach now being sold at the ridiculous discount price of $100,000???
These are perhaps mistakes no one should repeat.
Still, it would be cool to pull into the driveway of your $180,000 townhouse in a ride that had an original higher list price.
Read more about the most depreciated rides from Jalopnik here.