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    #1
    What are the vehicles in the Philippines with the best and the worst values??

    Any nominees???

    Help!!
    Last edited by myk384; April 13th, 2011 at 07:37 PM.

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    #2
    Based on what I see in Car Ads nowadays these ones stand out;
    BEST Resale Value:

    Toyota Landcruiser (Local L80-L200 Dsl) Prices seldom below 1M
    Toyota Innova (E, G Dsl)
    Toyota Fortuner (G, V Dsl)
    Toyota HiAce (Local)
    Mitsubishi Pajero FM (Local)
    Isuzu Crosswind (XUV-Sportivo)
    Honda Civic, City, Accord
    Toyota Corolla Altis, Vios, Camry

    Worst Resale Value:

    Ford Explorer Sport Trac (Pickup)
    Ford Expedition (1-1.5 Gen)
    Ford Escape/Mazda Tribute
    Ford Focus/Mazda 3
    Chevrolet Optra (Sedan/Wagon)
    Chevrolet Aveo (Sedan/Hatchback)
    Chevrolet Spark
    Chery QQ
    Nissan Sentra (1.3)

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    #3
    Nissan Vanette noon, yung 2 taon naming vanette mababa pa sa kalahati nung mabenta sapilitan pa

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    #4
    Siguro control the answers by putting years ? For example cars from 2000 - 2010.

    Kasi if we're gonna stick with you're question, pwedeng umabot hanggang sa vintage vehicles. And masyadong marami. ;)

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    #5
    Quote Originally Posted by renzo_d10 View Post
    Siguro control the answers by putting years ? For example cars from 2000 - 2010.

    Kasi if we're gonna stick with you're question, pwedeng umabot hanggang sa vintage vehicles. And masyadong marami. ;)
    Sige, ito ang mga periods:
    *2005-2009
    *2010
    *1995-1999
    *1900-1994

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    #6
    is there a study or statistics on this or just perception? for example, how can a car get a worse resale value if there's no stats to prove it? and vice versa. there's so many moving variables to consider. one is the cost to own in 5 years, 7, 9, and so on. another is depreciation, how will you compute for depreciation? has there been a controlled long term tests performed for each car?

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    #7
    5 cars with best resale values: Toyota Landcruiser, Hyundai Santa Fe, Isuzu Crosswind, Mitsubishi Pajero (FM), Hyundai Grand Starex

    5 cars with worst resale values: Kia Carnival (1st gen.), Nissan Cefiro, Ford Expedition, Chevrolet Suburban, Nissan Sentra.

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    #8
    usually, the cars with the better resale values are those with the more numbers running around the country. it's obvious. buyers want security that their cars will continue to have a steady parts bin. corolla, civic, vios, city, the auvs, etc.
    and the worse resale values are the orphans. the marques who have pulled out of the local market: volkswagen, proton, fiat, ford (for a time), etc.
    some cars are bestsellers because of their perceived engineering, reputation: toyota, honda.
    the high end cars are something else, because only a few can afford them. i should not include them here because they skew the curve. they inexplicably sell relatively well despite anything: porsche, land cruiser, pajero, patrol, etc.
    then there are the notorious models no one but the un-initiated will buy: vannette, box sentra, old model carnival.
    then there are the cult cars. limited numbers but ravenous buyer-fanatics: starlet, older mini cooper. ever wonder how fast some VWs sell? the kombi i wanted was sold before i dowloaded its ad a second time.. (of course, condition of vehicle plays a major part here, knowing how spare parts are rarer than fish tears..)
    and there is the un-explicable failure: toyota echo verso, honda odyssey, nissan terrano.
    and do you remember the optra? it was advertised so aggressively then, chevy sold a lot of them.. now, they don't re-sell very well, which is an understatement..
    and for the life of me, i can't explain why my poor sentra has a low resale value that is an insult to its performance..
    i suppose you can say our market prices are run by herd mentality..
    Last edited by dr. d; April 30th, 2011 at 06:48 PM.

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    #9
    Quote Originally Posted by GTi View Post
    5 cars with best resale values: Toyota Landcruiser, Hyundai Santa Fe, Isuzu Crosswind, Mitsubishi Pajero (FM), Hyundai Grand Starex

    5 cars with worst resale values: Kia Carnival (1st gen.), Nissan Cefiro, Ford Expedition, Chevrolet Suburban, Nissan Sentra.
    Sir curious lang me kung saan mo nakuha facts mo na ito?

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    #10
    bagsak pa rin ang resale value ng MazFord sa Pinas no?

    I'm pretty sure yung mga chinese brands sobrang kamote ng resale

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