Originally Posted by HighlandPete
But we can take the sting out of the depreciation if we either keep the car a longer time, to amortise the costs over more miles, (that is business sense applied to a car as much as we can). Or buy nearly new, where the depreciation curve, particularly with loads of high cost options, makes most financial sense.
My head ruled this time,
a £59k motor with less than 6k miles on the clock, loaded with goodies, at over 40% off of list.
That makes the depreciation journey "much more comfortable".
I've always wondered why there are these kind of cars for sale. Almost brand new and very low mileage, makes me suspicious.
What kind of legitimate reasons are there?
Wealthy/rich playboy didn't like it or got bored? Couldn't afford the payments? etc etc.
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