Cars cost report 2014: tops and flops: parking fees, insurance, fixed costs: what is how strongly costs

Car cost report 2014: tops and flops

Parking fees, insurance, fixed costs: What is how strongly costs

Cars cost report 2014: tops and flops: parking fees, insurance, fixed costs: what is how strongly costs-tops
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Germany’s cheapest SUV Dacia Duster is also characterized in the class of small SUVs by the slightest absolute loss of value

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Cost report 2014: What costs a car really causes

Calculating the exact costs over a four -year car life is of course not easy and with some uncertainties. The ADAC tries to consider all factors as possible. Even parking fees included the calculation: at the point "Fixed costs" With a flat rate of 200 euros.The most important item is that insurance. A contribution rate of 50 percent and a deductible of 500 euros was scheduled at the fully comprehensive and 150 euros in partial comprehensive insurance. Workshop and tire costs are also part of the calculation. This includes the inspections (why there are such different maintenance intervals with different brands, read here).Surf tip: The cheapest car loans

Expensive does not always mean more expensive

Solidity pays off in the calculation as well as a lower loss of value. A Audi A3 1.4 TFSI ambition is 2 after four years of operation.832 euros cheaper than one Alfa Romeo Giulietta 1.4 TB 16V Impression, which initially 4.005 euros less costs. Above all, the operating, fixed and workshop costs in favor of the Ingolstadt.It is interesting that the Mazda 6 2.2 Skyactiv-D 150 I-EL Sports-Line den Hyundai i40 1.7 CRDI Premium After four years around 3.936 euros depends, although both cost almost the same amount. But the Japanese depends on the Koreans across the entire calculation palette.

The VW Phaeton kills its loss of value

The comparison between the aging is particularly serious VW Phaeton V8 4Motion Tiptronic (4-seater) and the current Mercedes-Benz S-Class S 500 4MATIC (7G-Tronic Plus): although much more motorized and almost 10.000 euros more expensive, the star driver saves after 60.000 kilometers 7.680 euros. The main reason is the significantly lower loss of value of the Swabian.The Porsche 911 Carrera Coupe has always been considered a model student in value stability. This also applies to the new model, which occupies a top position in its category at 967 euros/month. The beaten ones include cars such as the Mercedes-Benz SL 400 7G-Tronic Plus or the Jaguar XK 5.0 V8 Coupe automatic.

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Electric cars lose more value

Incidentally, the value of the value reduction is full of e-mobile, such as the BMW i3 or Citro├źn C-Zero Tendance. “With the electric vehicles we assume a relatively high loss of value. The technology will develop in the next four years and will therefore be cheaper. In addition, the price pressure is then significantly higher with new models, ”explains Peter Sobotta, who has been dealing with this calculation for 16 years. But not all Stromer are inevitably an additional payment business. This applies above all to hybrid. The Mercedes-Benz S 300 Bluetec Hybrid 7G-Tronic Plus delivers a strong performance: With 121.9 cents per kilometer, the diesel hybrid beats the S 350 Bluetec 7G-Tronic Plus by seven cents per kilometer. On the following pages you will find all results of the cost check in detail: the tops and flops of all classes as well as the price cost winners.

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11 thoughts on “Cars cost report 2014: tops and flops: parking fees, insurance, fixed costs: what is how strongly costs”

  1. A nice gimmick this calculation from the ADAC
    I calculate the costs for my car in two: fixed and travel costs. When I on the MIT … I calculate the costs for my car in two: fixed and travel costs. If I did without the trip with my registered car for a whole year, I would still have cost: insurance, garage, impairment (also for a new car), tire altering, a customer service, etc. This annual sum divided by 365 is my daily base amount. The travel costs include: fuel consumption, tire use, care, etc. The resulting KM price, I compare it with public transport for 2 people. The fixed costs were the decision whether I buy a car and which one.

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  2. What about indirect follow -up costs….
    Finally, maintenance for maintaining the value of the car also costs. "Wash and suck", Care products, windscreen wiper blades, parking garage or parking meter, maybe even a "Nodula"? Ice scraper, parking disc, frost protection, warning vest, regular exchanging the "First aid Box article". From a possibly. Garage/carport not to mention. All costs that are of course individual but "realistic" But somehow everyone pays at some point, whether Mercedes or Dacia, if you calculated all of this, the costs will increase again. Costs that you wouldn’t have without a car.

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  3. Cost report
    Fair, one should also add the costs for the second TuV inspection and the previously repaired repair costs. Where every fifth car of this brand does not even exist first inspector (after three years).

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  4. Additional costs
    Sure, you can expect operating and fixed costs, but not with extraordinary repair costs. After expensive adventures with an Audi A4 (u. A. Gear damage, 3500 euros, zero goodwill) I then decided on more investment security and acquired a KIA. It has 7 years (transferable) guarantee – you should actually include this in such calculations.

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  5. Why are frequented cars not mentioned?
    Ask me why z.B. an Audi A4 does not appear in this statistics, although it is one of the mostly driven cars. Who are interested in the extremes? Or did I miss something?

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  6. I mean 3 weeks ago
    2012 Audi A6 TSFI for the 2014 Audi S6 in payment. The A6 was 70,000 can.$. After 46,000 km and 26 months loss of value $ 26,000 or 50 cents per km. Petrol 20 cents and insurance 10 cents. Four tires 5 cents, makes 85 cents per km. Here is A6 Diesel 1 33 Eurocent per km. Assume that German cars here in Canada are 20-25% cheaper and Benziin 50% is more expensive in Germany. An example: my S6 on Audi.de almost 90,000 euros. Host $ 102,000 taxes here, i.e. 70,000 euros. Why is Hoeher’s loss of value referred to as a flop in the heading, everyone knows that who buys a more expensive car.

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  7. Now nobody can complain,
    who complains about too high costs for his car, nobody is forced by the state to drive a car from German production. For many, the family forces which car is purchased. The external impression often plays the biggest role.

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  8. Oha…the engine may be made of gold?
    Citation: "The BMW i3 is expensive as a mid -range car – and causes a total cost of 57.4 euros per kilometer for 4 years of holding time" – A real bargain, not true?

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  9. That’s right, I think that’s because of it………
    ..That you can only charge the little one on top hotels where the bouncer fills the electricity with the watering can in the car! If the men’s editors were not so swollen and not all naselang would use a different measuring size when specifying the costs, the reader could also read much more relaxed. But they certainly knock on the shoulder when it is cumbersome!

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  10. The invoice shows
    That the fuel costs for few drivers with 16.000 km no role for the economy of a vehicle. Especially with the electric car, the savings effect is so expensive that the electric car makes no economic sense compared to the diesel, especially since the constantly growing electricity price will soon exceed the fuel costs (standardized to KWh if the efficiency is taken into account).. In this respect, the Commastle in the case of fuel consumption is perhaps something for eco-freaks, for the purchase decision you can confidently leave this argument outside.

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  11. Opel Ampera
    is manufactured by GM in the Chevrolet plant in Detroit, it is not an independent Opel vehicle but a suction. Badge engineering vehicle, its "development" cost almost nothing. If the sale in Germany is now hired after 46 vehicles, then it is unfortunate, but has not much to do with the loss of the company. Opel can still thank Lopez today!

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