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66 Thoughts to “5 Cars That Depreciate Like A Stock Market Crash!!”

  1. jdmfan 1jz

    plz pin me

    1. Gappie Al Kebabi

      aww you made his day <3

    2. The Boeing Kid

      Song name?

    3. Antonman

      You are pinned

    4. Uncle Joe Stalin

      Why did he pin you? Is there a secret I don’t know?

  2. Michal Cima

    Quick Answer:

    ANY LUXURY CAR EVER

    1. Nancy Waiganjo

      Michal Cima Not Lexus

    2. Paul Niendorf/Timmendorf

      no mercedes G class or SLS are extrem stabil

    3. S. A.

      Except for Lexus

    4. A random swede plays

      Michal Cima lexus still retain their value despite being luxury cars

    5. A random swede plays

      Splash Top bmws are nice car but riddled with problems, everything from subwayframes (e46) to head gasket failures and blown rods. The most reliable bmw theyve done is probably the E30 and E90 series.

      Sure you dont see many lexuses around, beacuse as you said bmw outsold them. The thing is, just beacuse they arent around doesnt mean they stop exsisting. Lexus is problem free ownership and i dont need to worry about finding a good mechanic since my lexus wont sit in the repair shop 24/7.

      Not to mention, the IS200/300 was a direct competitor to the 3 series. Both cars are good in their own ways but i rather have something i know is welded together properly than something that will be a money pit (bmw are fun cars to drive tho)

  3. Arqam

    The Mayback *57* reduced to *57* thousand dollars and only *57* Maybachs sold in 2011.

    This can’t be a coincidence.

    1. Sebastian Jackson

      And the plate had 57

    2. A PorscheFan

      Xylo “Maybach”

    3. paddaguduru

      @Porsche991 GT3 57 likes

    4. Super Shifter

      Maybach*

    5. Mr. Baghdad

      Maybach 57 is one of my dream cars.

  4. Recovering New Yorker

    As a retired mechanic now selling auto parts I never tire of the poor saps who buy a 10–12 year old Mercedes or BMW (with 150,000 + miles) for $15,000 from “Billy Jo Jim Bobs buy here pay here” lot — Home of the 30 day warranty! When they ask the cost of a water pump , starter , alternator , battery , a/c blower motor/ resistor etc ; I look up the part and just point to the price on the screen. Oh! the look on their face coupled with “ARE YOU CRAZY???!!!!!” PRICELESS!!!!!!

    1. ravikant reddy

      @Arsyad Idris , so what do German cars do? Fly like a Concord?

    2. Bob Mikan

      $15,000? You can buy those for $3,000 and come out way ahead.

    3. Neicy the Budgetnista

      I would love a luxury car I just don’t have the luxury of maintaining 1
      You’re an idiot if U don’t research your car b4 purchase

    4. crpth1

      Among others, we still have Toyota Yaris 2007 and Mercedes A Klass (W168) 1998.
      Similar size, weight, target market, both diesel, similar power, similar shape, etc. A real “apples to apples” comparison.

      Now comes the surprise. Parts (OEM) for the Toyota are generally more expensive, than the Mercedes counterparts! Sometimes with a considerable difference. This might strike as a surprise. But I had this experience more than once.

      I recall more precisely a simple clutch switch. Bought OEM about 2 weeks apart. So no “inflation” to consider. The Toyota part cost me almost a third more! I kid you not. I honestly asked the guy on the counter to confirm the part number/price…

      Filters similar prices, same for several odd parts like turn signal stalk on both, etc. As a general rule of thumb the Toyota parts end up slightly more expensive.
      I’m pretty sure if I compared the price of Yaris parts with Mercedes S Class parts the conversation would be different. But on similar product…
      So before going for the “hear say”. Better think about what “protection” taxes do to real prices and the consumer. 😉
      Cheers

  5. Evan Rain

    You forgot any Jaguar

    1. New Antarctictangle/JoMiMi

      and Aston Martins

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    2. A.R. Fifteen

      Lol. Yeah I have jag and Land Rovers. I never pay over $1000 on any car. Haha. I buy them not running. My 06 jag VDP was 76330 new and I paid $1000 not running. :-). My Land Rover discovery was 40’s new and was $800 to me with a bad engine.

    3. Nostalgia Rookie

      New Antarctictangle/JoMiMi bruh xD

  6. Curby Weaver

    I don’t buy a car to define me. I buy a car for how well it will serve my needs.

    My next door neighbor is 6 years older than me and his wife is my age. They lease their cars and get a brand new whiz-bang whoopdee-doo Euro car every couple years. They both still work.

    My wife and I drove our last used car 27 years (1983 to 2010) after paying $1,308 for it. Our current car is a 2003 Lexus we got free and invested less than $2,000 to repair. We retired 4 years ago with a paid-off home w/ solar panels, a 401k, a Roth IRA, a pension, soc sec two savings accounts and no debt.

    Occasionally I’m up early enough to see our neighbors leave for work. I always feel like saying “Hey, nice car.”

    1. rayhend100

      I can relate, Kirby. My wife and I retired early — me early 50s, my wife late 40s. We paid off our modest house years ago. Bought it in 1999 for $120k, and its now worth $420k! We’ve always lived our lives pretty frugally although we both have always made good money. Last year, for the first time in my life I bought myself a new car (Tesla). My wife has enjoyed a couple of new cars in our 30 plus years together.

      Like you, I never thought of cars as something to “define” me. But I’ve always been somewhat of a car guy, so I bought whatever I wanted, used, and maintained them myself. Saved a crap ton of money doing that over the years.

      Its all about choices. Many of my compatriots still work and will be doing so for the foreseeable future. They hate their jobs, and hate working, yet they never do anything to change it. Personally, I never liked the idea of slaving away indefinitely, so I made plans years ago to do exactly as we’re doing today – living and enjoying our lives on our own terms.

    2. marlon alston

      @rayhend100 I can respect that but that’s why I work for myself, because there’s nothing wrong with having your cake and eating it too. I joined the military when I was 17 so you can say I worked my way through college, before leaving the military me and my wife decided to start a small business, that was over a decade ago and now me and my family are way beyond comfortable. But through all of that I never short-changed myself, and I’ve enjoyed every minute of my life.

    3. Sonya Williams

      Gage Petas don’t forget about the British.

    4. BigTymin

      and pretty soon u have wasted your life living like extreme cheapskates and not enjoying your money

  7. PEPETHEPOPE

    A friend of mine bought a new Mitsubishi Asx 2016 after 10,000 km he had an engine failure. He got it fixed for 800€ and wanted to sell it for 17,500€ but the best offer he got was 2,500€. He sold it to his brother for 5,000€. Now he has a dart board with the Mitsubishi logo on it in his apartment…. talk about getting fucked over….

    1. THIS IS #MAGA COUNTRY

      He Fkd himself by not doing the research. Mitsubishi’s don’t age well.

  8. William Wriglie

    VW will never be a premium brand…

  9. Tanase Liviu

    Seriosly …. M5 with 35% depreciation in 3 years didn`t belong on top . All the usual cars get 35% depreciation in the same period of time . You know the 10% per cent per year rule . In Europe we have the 20% by the first move, and 10 per cent after each year …. so 35 is pretty good .

  10. Julia Set

    I know a guy who bought a used BMW cheap and then went broke trying to maintain it. There may be a reason for those falling prices.

    1. DJ Soru

      Well, my dad bought a used 2008 520d, and 2 weeks later one of the pistons cracked and blew a gasket, so the seller actually HAD to pay my dad a new engine and he was trying to get another second hand engine, but pops was persuasive enough to get a brand new from Baviera itself! Too bad halfway till today since the purchase it was the flywheel that broke, and lemme tell you… Gran Turismo made me think flywheels are cheap… well, THEY’RE NOT! I was imagining 80€ and he had to pay over 300€ for it!

    2. Marine Comm

      Julia Set My buddy just dropped 4K on stock replacement brakes for his AMG Benz and that’s to do it himself 🤯 I’ll stick with my used Silverado!

    3. Cars and Stuff

      I mean, my dad bought a 320d with about 65k miles on it and the only thing that’s broken in 7 months was worn brake pads. That was just something that happens in high mileage

    4. Bleng Diabloed

      My friend who’s a rich car collector have a Lamborghini Aventador (USED) and one of the brakes went loose and since there’s no local Lamborghini in our neighborhood, he spent 5k dollars just to get the brake fixed so hell nah.

    5. MrWicked98

      You took the words right out of my mouth. Buying the car is the easy part, keeping it on the road is where people go broke.

  11. MrSammy

    I luv to buy cheap budget luxury cars 😍

  12. DadAndKids

    Wives depreciate faster than cars

    1. LUNATICO

      Thats why you buy second hand lmaooooo

    2. may day

      husbands stink

    3. Mohamed Ali Dakkak

      DadAndKids this is why we Muslims are allowed to marry 4 wives, and are allowed to divorce😂😂😂. So that we can change for a brand new one 👌👌. Joking, yes we r allowed to marry 4 and divorce, but ur wife is ur soulmate. She is very important.

    4. Al

      Sorry ! you’re wrong on that. My 2015 EQUUS is worthless….and that’s only after 3 years. I think a wife will hold up better and CERTAINLY look better even after 3 years. You can kick my tires…just don’t kick your wife…unless you want that black eye.

  13. Cultes des Ghoules

    My wife is a highly depreciating model. Maybe you should do a video on her.

    1. ZigzagWanderer

      Is that hail damage under them yoga pants?  Hmm

    2. MV Master

      what after 3 years she got fat and ugly?

    3. SkinnerValt

      Mine has not only depreciated but is now a non-runner

    4. Albert De Salvo

      Wanna buy a video? 😉

  14. Gregory Scott

    And then there are the fine products from Mercedes-Benz… if you drove one off a cliff, it would depreciate on the way down.

  15. ruzzell907

    The Phaeton is a car that doesn’t care about depreciation. ♥️

    1. William Olson

      If they sold those as Audis they would have been successful. It’s a baby Bentley but nobody was paying that for a VW.

    2. xwarped83

      None of these cars care about value because cars are incapable of caring.

    3. Pasión Automotríz

      I would buy a Phaeton If it would be sold in my country 🙁

  16. methunshow

    Almost all cars depreciate they’re not a investment vehicle, you look forward to the Stock Market rebounding not a cars value.

  17. Diane Albrecht

    BMW really means break my wallet.

    1. Tameem

      If you have warranty all upgrades are free;I think

    2. Steve Silvas

      Diane….BMW means BIG MEXICAN WOMAN!…HAHA!😅👍
      I can say this because I’m a Mexican – Native American Yaqui Indian…

    3. shakz 789

      @Steve Silvas blackmanswilly

  18. Yan Bondarenko

    00:50 looks like a mercedes s550 2008 rear end

  19. Omnom 1149

    The maybeach looks so much like my dads s class

  20. POWERSIM 30

    I got the Phaeton w12 and i dont care it loses his value I dont want to sell it!!!! Its the best car!

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