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Vaughn Shirley
Vaughn Shirley

Purchase of used cars have been increased a lot these days and the reason behind it I think is, its low price and great performance. But there are many cars you should avoid using which are shown in above pictures. So make sure you don’t get any of them and if you already have any of them you can simply check out these tips http://www.iautobodyparts.com/guide_and_tips.html and maintain your car.

Jon Norman
Jon Norman

I'm talking about depreciation more than reliability. An XJ-L is about $110,000 new. Off-lease it drops to the $60k range.

Jacob Brown
Jacob Brown

Believe it or not, Stormin Norman, Jaguar USA has done really, really well in reliability surveys in recent years. Ford helped the company hugely bring up the quality when it owned Jag for nearly 20 years, and Tata, the current owner, hasn't dropped the ball. They're good finds on the used market, but they're like any other formerly $50-120k car when it comes time to repair them. A lot of people I've spoken with love their Jag X-Types, though, which were more or less based on the same mechanicals as the Ford Mondeo. Those are reasonable cheap to fix because parts are so plentiful.

Jon Norman
Jon Norman

SO BASICALLY: don't buy a used Benz, BMW or Audi! (I'm surprised Jaguar didn't make the list) And the funny thing is that rich people lease them and discard them to avoid loosing $ as they depreciate.