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    Why do aston Martins depreciate so quickly?

    I get all my car magazines monthly and some of them include a catalog of older cars for sale and their value. Ivíe tend to notice though that the Aston Martins, usually the ones from around 2000-2013, are significantly cheaper than their price when they first came out. Some of the db9ís were going for 30k. Even a used 2013 Range Rover is going for 60k and itís market price is less than half of the old Astonís.

    I mean, some other sports cars depreciate quickly aswell, but Iíve tend to notice that mclaren, Ferrari, Porsche, etc.. donít dep nearly as much as an aston does. Is there any reason for this? Poor build quality? Crappy materials? Not fun to drive?

    This seems to be especially so with the vantage though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samop View Post
    I get all my car magazines monthly and some of them include a catalog of older cars for sale and their value. Iv’e tend to notice though that the Aston Martins, usually the ones from around 2000-2013, are significantly cheaper than their price when they first came out. Some of the db9’s were going for 30k. Even a used 2013 Range Rover is going for 60k and it’s market price is less than half of the old Aston’s.

    I mean, some other sports cars depreciate quickly aswell, but I’ve tend to notice that mclaren, Ferrari, Porsche, etc.. don’t dep nearly as much as an aston does. Is there any reason for this? Poor build quality? Crappy materials? Not fun to drive?
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    This seems to be especially so with the vantage though.

    Thank you my issue has been solved,...

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