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Increasing the Retail Value of Your Car

Maintaining a high trade-in value takes work. Regardless of the type of car you own, depreciation in value will likely happen as soon as the car is driven off the lot. It is estimated that a typical car is likely to lose about 30% of value in the first three years and 50% after that. However, several factors determine the rate of depreciation. Cleaning regularly, taking your car into service, and keeping all documentation are all simple ways to maintain a great trade-in value. For more tips on keeping your resale value high, make sure to check out the infographic below.


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Increasing the Retail Value of Your Car