Wanna find out which used vehicles are fast, good looking and cheap? You've got the right place here. These 3 models have barely left the showroom but already lost huge amount of their original values.
Nissan 370Z Nismo-The 370Z Nismo's whopping price of £10,000 was always hard to swallow, but we've got the perfect solution for you, buy the 2015 model that is only one year old and has under 3000 miles on the clock, and those £10,000 will disappear in just a few seconds, like this price-tag was a mistake or something.
Volvo V60 Polestar- You can no longer buy Volvo’s loveable V60 Polestar with a 3.0-litre turbocharged straight-six, as it’s been replaced with a downsized 2.0-litre version. But that’s fine, as you probably wouldn’t want to buy one new anyway. Why? Because it's price depreciated a lot since debuting, an almost new car will cost you around the half of a brand new Polester, if you're lucky enough, and know where to search for it.
Bentley Mulsanne- expects you to cough up £229,360 for one of its Mulsanne uber saloons, but savvy gazillionaires who aren’t too fussed about picking their own options could look to the used market instead. Sure, speccing options is half the point of a Bentley, but if you get a used one, you’ll save a huge chunk of money. But we've found a model that has 100 miles on the clock, and yet it’s selling for £159,950. Yep, a near-£70k drop and a staggering £694 a mile in depreciation, before you’ve even even considered what options it has fitted.