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FYI: I picked this info up from another site. I can get the thing to line up with the proper spaces in the "edit" function but I they seem to get removed when I hit save.

Here's some interesting information:

True Cost to Own


Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 5-yr Total
Depreciation $19,841 $7,687 $6,765 $5,993 $5,381 $45,667
Financing $5,111 $4,128 $3,069 $1,929 $700 $14,937
Insurance $2,654 $2,747 $2,843 $2,885 $3,046 $14,175
Taxes & Fees $5,352 $78 $78 $78 $78 $5,664
Fuel $1,972 $2,031 $2,092 $2,155 $2,220 $10,470
Maintenance $255 $635 $460 $1,314 $2,053 $4,717
Repairs $0 $0 $0 $652 $1,001 $1,653

Yearly Totals $35,185 $17,306 $15,307 $15,006 $14,479 $97,283



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That is pretty interesting. How many miles a year do those number take in account. I know it probably varies a lot from person to person on how much they drive the car a year. I would think it would make a be difference between a person who has the car as a DD compared to a "toy".
 
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FYI: I picked this info up from another site. I can get the thing to line up with the proper spaces in the "edit" function but I they seem to get removed when I hit save.

Here's some interesting information:

True Cost to Own


Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 5-yr Total
Depreciation $19,841 $7,687 $6,765 $5,993 $5,381 $45,667
Financing $5,111 $4,128 $3,069 $1,929 $700 $14,937
Insurance $2,654 $2,747 $2,843 $2,885 $3,046 $14,175
Taxes & Fees $5,352 $78 $78 $78 $78 $5,664
Fuel $1,972 $2,031 $2,092 $2,155 $2,220 $10,470
Maintenance $255 $635 $460 $1,314 $2,053 $4,717
Repairs $0 $0 $0 $652 $1,001 $1,653

Yearly Totals $35,185 $17,306 $15,307 $15,006 $14,479 $97,283
 

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It is interesting that the depreciation seems to "level out" over years 2-4. So if you were a long time owner you would have just about the same depreciation (percentage wise) as the normal XLR owners.

I will be curious to see what the actual value/prices are at 5 years and above.

What a value if its low mileage and the styling doesn't change radically. A 5 year old XLR for maybe 30k.



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Think we should buy up a bunch of them in 5 years?

Standby aka Bob

It is interesting that the depreciation seems to "level out" over years 2-4. So if you were a long time owner you would have just about the same depreciation (percentage wise) as the normal XLR owners.

I will be curious to see what the actual value/prices are at 5 years and above.

What a value if its low mileage and the styling doesn't change radically. A 5 year old XLR for maybe 30k.






 

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