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Re: Audi depreciation
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Subject: Re: Audi depreciation
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[from Brian Terry]
>Actually, not just 2-5 year old Audis "benefit" from this. I have found that
>in general, all Audis sell for 1/2 to 1/3 the price of a comparible BMW. I
>would never buy a new Audi for this reason, but as someone who prefers to buy
>used, Audis are the best bang for the buck.
No. Not Bang. Not again. It brings back memories of 'Sudden acceleration'.
Or was is 'Sudden depreciation'. :-)
forgive me. It's friday and they're predicting 6"-12" of snow tomorrow. I
wish I had Eliot's studded snow setup . . .
Sorry, no pun intended....