Originally Posted by HuskerFocus
I agree! I'm hoping to have this car for 5+ years! Current resale doesn't bother me too much, but it definitely sucks to see this happening.
My girlfriend just traded her 2010 Nissan Sentra 2.0 S in for $11,000 .... pretty basic car she bought for $15,000 3 years ago. No way I could do that a with my 2012 SEL I got (msrp 24k, paid 20k).
Blue BookŪ Sugg Ret Value $13,600 - $13,800
Original Retail Price (MSRP) $17,160
Original Invoice Price N/A
Thats still a 6000 dollar hit for the base version of the S
Saw this article while looking for the projected resale value.
12 BEST RESALE VALUE CARS, 2012
CARS UNDER $20,000: FORD FOCUS SE HATCHBACK
Sticker price: $19,095 Invoice price: $17,903 TrueCar national average price: $18,375 3-year resale value: 63%, 5-year: 45% City mpg: 26, Hwy: 36
Part of what clinched the Best New Car award in its class for the Focus was its stellar resale values. Good looks, plenty of standardequipmentandtons of cargo space in the hatchback don't hurt either.