Wednesday, October 31, 2012

MINI Cooper - A Car With Low Depreciation

Linda McMaken, via Investopedia, writes for SFGate.com on cars the depreciate the least in value and one of her choices is the MINI Cooper.  McMaken writes:
The MINI Cooper car has a loyal following and offers buyers a good return on investment (ROI). Described as 'peppy,' the MINI Cooper has only experienced a 40% depreciation overall in five years. Priced just below $20,000 ($19,400) for the basic model, it has four-star rollover safety ratings and front and side airbags. Traction control is standard. The 're-introduced' MINI Cooper debuted in the U.S. in the 2002 model year. The 2002 model is still selling for around $7,000.

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