Originally posted by sailfin
I won't warn you twice, you better watch your mouth. I know what I am talking about. They can and do stereotype.
you know what, i think you're a liar.
Originally posted by fshhub
ok, where to start.
2, hyundais do not depreciate faster than any other make. It all depends upon age, milage, condition and model. ie. you buy a cavalier for 17,000 and after 3 yrs and 82,341 miles it is worth 4500-5000. now, take a 12,000 hyundai and after 3 yrs and 125,000 miles it is worth 3,000 dollars. where do you loose more? the rate is relatively the same, it is just that they were more economical to start with. Now, the tiburon depreciates a little less than the others, because of demand. It is more the class of car than the manufacturer. Heck, the Yugo was only like 6k brand new and one in good condition with respectable miles can still get 1200 to 1500 or more.
first off you are wrong... hyundais do depreciate faster... the tiburon is the only car they make somewhat holding thiere value.. go by a new sonata drive it for 5000 miles and go trade it in... you'll see... the same with mitsubishis they depreciate FAST!!! mitsus depreicate fast for another reason... the market is FLOODED with em.. imo buy a 3 yr old accord v-6 lada lada get all the options you want, the car will last you 10x as long, and youll be much more happy with it... oh yeah they look better too