The Kia Ev6's expected depreciation is how much?

According to CDL Vehicle Information Services (CDL VIS) data for June 2022,

a Kia EV6 is anticipated to sell for approximately 56% of its original cost after three years or 36,000 miles of road usage.  

The Kia Niro only lost approximately 5-7 percent of its resale value during that same time period, compared to

the huge depreciation suffered by many cars in their first year. Conclusion Due to depreciation, insurance,

fuel, and maintenance costs, the value of the Hyundai Ioniq Electric Elite for the first three years of ownership will be at a minimum of $19,372.

Kia uses our depreciation models to estimate your car's future value based on information you supply, including

the purchase price, the age and mileage of the vehicle, and the length of time it has been in your possession.

You can deduct $18,200 in bonus depreciation, including section 179, for vehicles like the Kia EV6,

the manufacturer has not yet sold more than 200,000 of the corresponding vehicles. According to theory, the concept is rather simple