Used Audi – Depreciation Makes Prestige Cars Affordable

I have recently been forced to search for a new car, which I personally don’t consider to be the most exciting thing in the world. It is an expensive, frustrating and largely unpleasant process in my personal experience. I found myself having to consider buying a new car after the recent bout of very bad weather lead me to plant my car in a ditch. When the car was removed from the ditch it wouldn’t start again, so long story short, I am looking for a new one.

The first model that sprung to mind was a Used Audi A4, as I really do enjoy driving executive saloons and I feel that they make the best possible impression on any business clients I may see. The only question was if there was going to be a suitable model in my budget. Thankfully I needn’t have worried.

I expected the prices on used prestige cars to be frankly astronomic, but the reality was quite the opposite. My choice wasn’t just limited to Audi cars either; a whole range of BMW, Mercedes-Benz and Lexus models were also widely available at really affordable prices.

I was reliably informed by an Automotive insider that the reason cars like Used Audi models are so much more affordable in the second hand market is largely due to vehicle depreciation. As prestige cars have an element of exclusivity to them, the potential owners usually want to buy them first hand. This means that the dealers have to drop the prices to ensure they can sell them.