Automakers love to advertise their vehicles with the awards they earn to show off what the vehicle has been recognized for. As we head closer to the official beginning of the new 2018 model year the contenders for one of the most prestigious awards have begun to line up and become available to be judged. One of the first awards to be offered for this new model year is the North American Car, Truck and Utility Vehicle of the Year. These awards see a large number of vehicles vying for recognition and the right to take to the screen and show off this trophy during commercials.
Most of us are terrified of driving on the ice and some even fear driving in the rain. It makes sense to fear driving on ice; when there’s ice on the roads in your area it’s easy to see how a vehicle could spin out, end up in a ditch, run into other vehicles and cause some serious accidents. the fact that ice can get between the tires and the road to cause you to have no traction at all is frightening and will leave you wanting to get to your destination even more than ever or have you turning back the other way to avoid driving on the ice.
While you might onto consider yourself a nerd just because you love the James Bond movies, but one of the vehicles from the movie is available for you to purchase and that makes it perfect to the rich nerd who wants to collect some amazing vehicles that were present in a movie they’ve loved. The most recent James Bond movie was Spectre and it featured a ton of great vehicles, two of which were made only for the movie and aren’t for sale, the Aston Martin DB10 and the Jaguar C-X75, but there is one vehicle you can buy and it was driven by the villains.
As a world renowned company that has continuously produced vehicles that can go anywhere on or off the road to tackle some of the most challenging environments Land Rover did not ignore the fact that the compact SUV market was booming, especially on the luxury side. The Discovery Sport competes with the BMW X3, Audi Q5 and Volvo XC60, but none of them shows the off road prowess of the Discovery Sport which was built to be on the trails and in the wilderness taking on Mother Nature and showing her who’s the boss.
On the average a vehicle will lose twelve percent of its value during the first year of ownership. Some cars lose more, others lose less and when you know you are going to trade the vehicle in that you have recently purchased the ability of your vehicle to hold its value is extremely important. Instead of being a statistic, this actually becomes a feature of the vehicle itself and makes it much more important for you to ensure you have a vehicle that will easily be resold for a good price and give you the most value overall. Here are ten vehicles that are well-known for holding their value and depreciate very little over the first year.