Regarding Velar, and similar competitor product, unless u have ordered a car with a love or hate colour / interior trim, and questionable options, the depreciation at the moment, immediately after taking delivery, should be non existent.
This is due to a severe lack of supply, and the fact that wait times for your new vehicle, are easily 6 months, or probably 12 months.
Depreciation after 3 or 5 years etc, will always depend on MANY factors.
Exterior colour / interior colour
Which engine it has — petrol / diesel, and the power output, because different power versions are available
S or SE or HSE model
The options on the car — panoramic roof / upgraded stereo / extra comfort features, such as seat memory & heated / cooled seats etc
Condition of vehicle
So many variables come into play.
If u bought one of these new in 2019, you have probably not suffered from much depreciation, at the moment, which is again due to a current lack of new car supply, long wait times to get new car, and new car prices gone up a lot in last 2 years.
Velar been around since 2017 in Australia.
If your car is a good colour and model and options, IF, it’s in excellent / good condition ( for its age / mileage ) with Service History, then irrespective of its age, resale value should be good.
However, whilst having 200,000 kms on a 12 year old car, is not outrageous, fewer people are wanting to buy a car of that age / mileage.
U would need to price it accordingly, to get a sale.
A lot of variables come into play, and everyone’s expectations of resale value, can vary, and / or their expectations of how much they are happy to sell their used car for.
The range kicks off with the R-Dynamic S that starts at $96,660 plus on-road costs. The next step is our model, the R-Dynamic SE, which starts at $98,900 excluding on-roads.