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Cars with Worst Residual Values

There are a lot of factors to consider when shopping for a new car. In the current state of the economy today, people always try to get the most out of their money. When choosing a car you should always look at the bigger picture if you want to maximize your money. Buying a very cheap brand new car might not always be the best option if you look at it in the long run.

Although your initial cost would be cheap, you will realize later on when its time to dispose the vehicle that you can't sell the car at a very good price. If your planning to get a lease on a car, one important aspect to consider is its residual value. Choosing a car with a high residual value would have its ups and downs, one advantage is that it comes with lower monthly payments.

Cars with a low residual value also have there advantages, most of the cars with low residual value are very inexpensive. If your also looking to purchase a used car, look for cars with very low residual value these brands would be a good bargain.Residual value percentages are based on the national True Market Value (TMV®) price, plus typical options and destination charge.

  1. 2006 Kia Rio — 20.7%
  2. 2006 Hyundai Accent — 23.0%
  3. 2006 Kia Spectra — 24.0%
  4. 2006 Dodge Stratus — 26.0%
  5. 2006 Hyundai Elantra — 26.3%
  6. 2006 Ford Taurus — 26.5%
  7. 2006 Kia Optima — 27.4%
  8. 2006 Suzuki Reno — 28.6%
  9. 2006 Ford Crown Victoria — 28.7%
  10. 2006 Suzuki Forenza — 29.2%

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