It's a well known fact that a car depreciates the moment you drive it off the lot, but some cars hold their value better than others.
On average a new car loses 12 percent of its value within one year, according to iSeeCars.com. But some cars lose less than 10 percent within that year. Here's a list of the slowest depreciating cars over their first year of ownership, although the car sitting at the number one spot actually gained some value.
Ducati Monster Evo by TCD Ducati "Rat Army". Gustatevi la gallery fotografica a tutto schermo.
From his home base in California, Dustin Kott's earned a reputation for building café racers with exceptional proportions. So when Ryan Reynolds was looking to add another bike to his already enviable collection, Dustin got the call.See it on...
I like just about every bike featured on Pipeburn. From yard-built bobbers, lean café racers and scramblers of questionable practicality there's always something of merit in their design and execution that warrants a closer look. But there's a special place in my heart for performance-based bikes built with a singular purpose in mind. Products of consideration, calculation and engineering, often ridden with stupidity paraded as bravery. So today, here's a real treat - a gorgeous, beautifully thought-out and immaculately crafted 1987 BMW R100 salt racer designed, built and raced by Adrian from Skrunkwerks in Melbourne, Australia.
El éxito de una serie como 'The Walking Dead' parece haber abierto un pequeño mercado para vehículos en los que garantizar la supervivencia del propietario en cualquier circunstancia. Un buen ejemplo de ello es la Motoped Black-Ops, una particular variante de esta ya de por sí particular mezcla entre bicicleta y ciclomotor. Los detalles militares también son obvios en su concepción, por lo que es normal que su precio parta de los 2.500 dólares, unos 2.300 euros al cambio actual.