5 Colors That Devalue Your Car

It's common knowledge that new cars depreciate quickly. However, vehicle color might worsen this unfortunate situation.


Purple cars lose value. However, purple SUVs and minivans depreciate slower than normal.


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Black cars are too common to increase their resale value, Brauer says. Supply and demand.


Fill in some textBrown vehicles generally do not hold their value well. However, there is one big exception: In the sedan category, brown holds its value better than any other color.


Over three years, gold automobiles lose $11,546. If you drive a gold car, hold it until it breaks.

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