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2010 VOLVO S40
Depreciation & Resale Value


The depreciation graph and accompanying table on our page detail how the 2010 VOLVO S40's price has changed annually.
For instance, while the car initially depreciated slightly in its first year, subsequent years show a significant decrease, reflecting market trends and vehicle condition over time.
Such precise data is crucial for understanding how age and market dynamics impact car values.
The average price for new (MSRP) 2010 VOLVO S40 in 2010 was $29,725.
The average price for used 2010 VOLVO S40 nowadays in 2024 is $6,871 which is 23% from the original price.
Estimated mileage driven per year is 9,573 miles.
The graph below is a depreciation curve for 2010 VOLVO S40. It shows how much this model looses per year in price. This analytics is calculated using sales records from BADVIN database.
The table below shows average price for used 2010 VOLVO S40 in each year since the year of manufacturing, current year price and projected price in the future years.
You can scroll the table horizontally to see all columns.
YearAverage MileageAverage Price% Left% Lost
2010 MSRP0 mi$29,725100%0%
2023134,022 mi$7,495+$0+0%25.21%74.79%
2024143,595 mi$6,871+$624+8.33%23.12%76.88%

Price vs Mileage

Our comprehensive analysis does not stop at depreciation; it also covers how mileage affects the VOLVO S40’s price.
With data showing detailed price points at various mileage milestones, this section helps in identifying trends and making informed decisions.
For instance, price drops at higher mileages compared to lower mileages provides insights into potential maintenance or value thresholds.
This block is particularly useful for buyers and sellers aiming to gauge the best value proposition based on vehicle mileage.
The graph below shows how mileage affects the price for 2010 VOLVO S40. This data was calculated using sales records from BADVIN database.
The table below shows average price for used 2010 VOLVO S40 by mileage and number of sales.
You can scroll the table horizontally to see all columns.
MileageAverage PriceSample Size
20,000 mi$15,99012 sales
30,000 mi$12,50091 sales
35,000 mi$12,59916 sales
45,000 mi$9,99927 sales
50,000 mi$10,900229 sales
55,000 mi$10,99535 sales
60,000 mi$9,00035 sales
65,000 mi$9,89953 sales
70,000 mi$9,90084 sales
75,000 mi$8,99566 sales
80,000 mi$11,499161 sales
85,000 mi$7,70065 sales
90,000 mi$9,250153 sales
95,000 mi$7,94499 sales
100,000 mi$7,99875 sales
105,000 mi$7,49868 sales
110,000 mi$6,99597 sales
115,000 mi$6,90074 sales
120,000 mi$6,80067 sales
125,000 mi$5,99568 sales
130,000 mi$5,92360 sales
135,000 mi$6,84856 sales
140,000 mi$5,59450 sales
145,000 mi$4,99928 sales
150,000 mi$5,49644 sales
155,000 mi$4,99922 sales
160,000 mi$5,87537 sales
165,000 mi$4,24734 sales
170,000 mi$4,77622 sales
175,000 mi$4,99519 sales
180,000 mi$5,40014 sales
Frequently asked questions
Understanding depreciation is important for car owners to manage financial expectations and make informed decisions about selling or trading in their vehicles at the right time.
Economic downturns can lead to decreased demand and lower resale values for vehicles, as buyers may defer purchasing vehicles or opt for less expensive alternatives.
Technology plays a significant role in the depreciation of vehicles, as models with outdated tech depreciate faster due to lower consumer demand for older features.
The expected depreciation of a vehicle after three years can vary, but generally, cars lose a significant portion of their value within the first few years.
Some models may depreciate faster due to factors like lower demand, higher maintenance costs, or outdated technology compared to newer versions.
Proper maintenance and good condition can slow the depreciation of a 2010 VOLVO S40 by making it more attractive to potential buyers, thereby preserving more of its value.
On average, a new car can depreciate by approximately 23% after the first year, reflecting the premium paid for new technology and immediate depreciation once it's considered used.
Factors to consider when estimating the future resale value include the car's historical depreciation rate, current market trends, overall vehicle condition, and mileage.
When buying a car, consider models with strong resale histories, opt for popular color and feature options, and evaluate current market trends for the best value retention.
To maximize value, consider buying a vehicle that is a few years old, as it has already undergone significant depreciation but likely remains reliable.
Other years of VOLVO S40
2000 VOLVO S40
$3,999 average used price
220+ sales records
2002 VOLVO S40
$4,495 average used price
220+ sales records
2004 VOLVO S40
$5,450 average used price
880+ sales records
2007 VOLVO S40
$4,999 average used price
2,100+ sales records
2008 VOLVO S40
$5,228 average used price
1,500+ sales records
2009 VOLVO S40
$6,894 average used price
1,600+ sales records
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