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Hopefully that's something that actually happens, it would be a good plus side to getting an XE over it's german rivals as value over time is what some people do factor into vehicles they buy
 

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I question how accurately this can be predicted before the public has even received the XE yet. Doesn't a lot of that value depend on how people react to the XE?
 

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I question how accurately this can be predicted before the public has even received the XE yet. Doesn't a lot of that value depend on how people react to the XE?
You need to understand how the UK Company Car system works...

Jaguar says due to 99g/km emissions produced by the XE’s 2.0-litre 163PS Ingenium diesel engine, the XE also has lower Vehicle Excise Duty and Benefit In Kind rate than the BMW 3 Series, Mercedes C-Class, Audi A4 and Audi A5 as well as better fuel economy.

According to KeeResources total cost of ownership saving over 3 years 36,000 miles vs. nearest rival is £2,215 before further benefit in kind savings.
 

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I think the most relevant role in keeping high values are in selling well equipped model and keeping an high involvement of dealers of the official Network. Who can trasnfer brand and model values better than official dealers.
They have to be confident that this model will give them the opportunity to get missing volumes and to make more sustainable the business.
Trading in XE in the next 3/4 years will means to give a real value to the brand they represent.
Finally, I think Jaguar has done a real great work and I am eager to test XE on the road.

Merry Christimas
Nicola
 

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Interesting. Mine is only eight months old but I'm being quoted $25,000 less than purchase price as trade in value at Jaguar Land Rover. The Jaguar XE value drops like a stone in the first year. I don't think any of the other car manufacturers depreciate that quickly. $73,000 purchase price and $48,000 trade value. Worth $53,000 on the open market apparently.
 

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I assume dealerships are always trying to rip people off with trade in, so you may as well sell it on open market. But at the rate it's depreciating, it'll be worth nothing in 2-3 years. So weird...
 
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