EnFuego138 said:You could go to cars.com and look up the residual values used for determining leases, but those are not 100% accurate and I doubt are any shorter than 24 months, but it might give you an idea. I remember the HB is pretty damn good, and significantly higher than that of the sedan.
My crystal ball says!.......... :huh:Dru212702 said:what about longer term. like 5 years? I'm contemplating whether I should keep my current car or not.
A 5-yr old Protege would be 1999. Since 2001, Proteges have held their ground in relase - became more popular in Canada. Therefore, using a 1999 or 2000 model would not be advised due to the limited demand for those. Also, in 2001, the PRO received a new engine, more standard features, larger tires, a new interior in the ES/P5, etc...Dru212702 said:just a ball park figure, assuming it does better than previous mazdas...for example what was the resale value for like 5 year old protege's in Toronto Dinu? average of 20 000 km / year