Results indicate not always black and white.
It smacks up against conventional wisdom, but a study indicates yellow and orange vehicles depreciate at lower rates than models of silver and black. “That surprised us, too,” Phong Ly tells WardsAuto. He is CEO and co-founder of iSeeCars, an online automotive search-engine firm that did the analysis using its collected data. Yellow cars showed the least depreciation at an average of about 26% over five years from the original sticker price (adjusted for inflation), while black ...
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