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I thought Macs were virus-proof.
More like high school dropout.
Don't believe it.
Nope.
LOL, I just realized those are cost of ownership ratings, not resale.With his reading comprehension flubs, I should have known better than blindly follow his lead.Worst Overall Car Resale Values, ALG.http://www.cars.com/go/advice/Story....ory=loResidualNo Kias.This one from Consumer Reportshttp://editorial.autos.msn.com/artic...umentid=435652Again, no Kias in worst performers.These are residual values, there are no recent lists on anything going back more than 36 months...
I don't even know why I am even arguing with someone like you but here are more stats. The cars included in that list (according to you the definitive source on resale value) are mentioned as low performers in the article. However, this site tells a different story, again this is your own source regarding resale value. Kia Sedona - Averagehttp://www.automobilemag.com/am/2008...ona/index.html Kia Optima - Above...
So according to that list there are (4) American (4) Korean (2) German (1) Japanese (1) Swedish Even Mercedes is included in that list.What is wrong with you, look at all the cars ahead of Kia on the that list. And again, Mercedes is included.Don't see anything regarding exclusive supply deals.
To try to to make your point about cars that lose value fast you also throw Chevy, Dodge, Ford, Mercedes, Chrysler, Saab, Mitsubishi, Mercury, Isuzu, and Suburu under the bus in your provided links. No criticism of them?And you conveniently cherry picked bad performing examples in your other links.Here are the popular Hyundai models, from your own sourceSonata – Above Averagehttp://www.automobilemag.com/am/2008...ata/index.htmlElantra – Above...
The current trends say otherwise, but for the sake of your mental well-being I hope your wish becomes true.
I think Apple itself is a loyal customer to Samsung.
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