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Hey Mitch!
I'd say, first of all it depends on a lot of different variables. Such as: mileage, maintenance and the type of driving you will be doing. However, the standard EcoSport starts at 15,000 quid. So deduct 5% per year and that would be your average car value after 3 years - roughly 10,000 - 12,000 quid.
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It is set to depreciate a lot unfortunately. These are Fords own figures:
Over 3 years 60,000 milesEcoSport Titanium 5-dr SUV 2WD 1.0i (125 PS) StopStart EcoBoost
Residual Value:£5,676Depreciation:£10,264
 

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60000 miles is a lot and our 1.0 EcoBoost certainly does not have stop / start... Can I ask where you got those figures from?
 

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If you put a grand down on a ford pcp plan over 3years, they guarantee the residual value is £7276.00, on a 125BH 1litre ecosport titanium,so I hope the loss is not so drastic as Brenda's figures?
 

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xn85 said:
60000 miles is a lot and our 1.0 EcoBoost certainly does not have stop / start... Can I ask where you got those figures from?
I've seen those on the Ford site for business customers, hence the 20,000 miles per annum quoted mileage. I think for us normal drivers doing the usual 10 / 12k per annum the figures should look a lot better.
Glasses guide or Parkers used to do this but I can't see it on their sites anymore.
 
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