nderwater
nderwater UltimaDork
6/9/20 5:35 p.m.

Not looking for make and model, instead guess the base MSRP of the following vehicles. Feel free to guess at one or try them all:

1) $40,000

 

2) $25,000

 

3) $41,000 (Adrian_Thompson)

 

4) $25,000

 

5) $67,000

 

6) $34,000

 

7) $73,000

 

8) $207,000

 

9) $193,000

 

10) $32,000

 

11) $32,000

 

12) $51,000

 

13) $67,000

 

14) $330,000

 

15) $48,000

 

16) $76,000

Adrian_Thompson (Forum Supporter)
Adrian_Thompson (Forum Supporter) MegaDork
6/9/20 5:54 p.m.

If these are pics from manufacturers or magazines I am assuming they are well optioned.  If you want base MSRP I reserve the right to take them all down 10-25%

1. $64,456

2. $34,726

3. $41,028

4. $29,682

5. $73,821

6. $30,722

7. $60,441

8. $242,874

9. $63,982

10. $40,372

11. $50,621

12. $57,982

13. $50,447

14. $428,962

15. $38,721

16. 39,992

 

I think I konw what most of them are, It'll be interesting to see how in the ball park I am.

aircooled
aircooled MegaDork
6/9/20 5:56 p.m.

Portholes means Buick.  Even I know that.

wink

(its's almost like all the manufacturers are using the same marketing information)

Adrian_Thompson (Forum Supporter)
Adrian_Thompson (Forum Supporter) MegaDork
6/9/20 6:03 p.m.

I'm guessing this is to try and show all SUV's look the same.  There's a poster that's been trotted out many times that shows all American cars from one year, I think it was either sometime in the 30's or 50's.  Despite everyone saying cars used to look different, they all looked very similar.  I think one of the reasons people think cars look different in the past, is that what people see is a cross section of cars 5-20 years old, where there is a 15 year spread in design language.  While 'new' cars tend to be 1-3 years old so the design language is similar.

nderwater
nderwater UltimaDork
6/9/20 6:06 p.m.

You're not wrong, but I bet five years ago most people could tell an Aston Martin from a Rolls Royce from a Kia or Volvo.

Adrian_Thompson (Forum Supporter)
Adrian_Thompson (Forum Supporter) MegaDork
6/9/20 6:15 p.m.

Well the Rolls, Lambo and Maserati leap out you here as well.

Adrian_Thompson (Forum Supporter)
Adrian_Thompson (Forum Supporter) MegaDork
6/9/20 6:18 p.m.

Realized I'm wrong on 9.  I changed it, but felt guilty changing it so put it back.  I had the right country at least, and at one point they had the same owner.

T.J.
T.J. MegaDork
6/9/20 6:21 p.m.

In reply to Adrian_Thompson (Forum Supporter) :

I didn't realize Rolls, Lambo or Maserati made SUVs, so They didn't jump out at me. I just quickly scrolled down and said, "Meh, SUV, SUV, SUV, SUzzzzzzzz....."

EDIT: I looked at the pics again, this time actually looked at them. I think I know what one of them is for sure and two others I think I have a good guess as to the manufacturer but no idea on the model.  No idea on the three brands that are supposed to jump out at me.

Patientzero
Patientzero HalfDork
6/9/20 6:25 p.m.

Looking at the brakes is probably the easiest way to get in the ballpark of price.

nderwater
nderwater UltimaDork
6/9/20 7:52 p.m.
T.J. said:

EDIT: I looked at the pics again, this time actually looked at them. I think I know what one of them is for sure and two others I think I have a good guess as to the manufacturer but no idea on the model.  No idea on the three brands that are supposed to jump out at me.

Two of the vehicles in the list start from around $200,000 and the third starts at well over $300,000.  Three in the list start from about $70,000 and the remaining ten are much less expensive.

californiamilleghia
californiamilleghia Dork
6/9/20 8:13 p.m.

Can we have the 2nd part of the question ?

Which will lose the most value by percentage after 10 years ?

and which will use the least value by percentage ? 

I am picking Toyota for least.....

nderwater
nderwater UltimaDork
6/9/20 10:02 p.m.

lol

But no Toyotas in this list ;)

OHSCrifle
OHSCrifle GRM+ Memberand SuperDork
6/9/20 10:16 p.m.

Man the Mini Cooper Clubman sure has gotten bigger 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

/s

nderwater
nderwater UltimaDork
6/10/20 10:32 a.m.

Any other guesses?

STM317
STM317 UltraDork
6/10/20 11:52 a.m.

I'm not going to google MSRPs, but I think the vehicles are:

1- Jag E-Pace

2- Mazda CX-5

3-Alfa Stelvio

4-Nissan Rogue

5-Porsche Cayenne

6- Mazda CX-9?

7- Maserati Levante

8- Lambo Urus

9- Aston Martin DBX

10- Kia Telluride

11- Hyundai Pallisade (but I had to do a little googling)

12- Suburban/Tahoe XL

13- Infiniti QX80

14- Rolls Cullinan

15- Lexus GX Whatever

16- Mercedes GLS

californiamilleghia
californiamilleghia Dork
6/10/20 12:06 p.m.
nderwater said:

lol

But no Toyotas in this list ;)

OHHH well ,  lol , I am sure they have one too devil

nderwater
nderwater UltimaDork
6/10/20 12:19 p.m.

In reply to STM317 :

Excellent car spotting.  I intended for 13 to be a Nissan Armada but you're right, it's actually a QX80.  15 is a Volvo XC90. 

Adrian_Thompson (Forum Supporter)
Adrian_Thompson (Forum Supporter) MegaDork
6/10/20 12:49 p.m.

Well mine were genuine guesses, but as STM317 has chimed in I'll post what I thought they were, including the one I realized I got wrong, changed my guess then changed it back. 

Adrian_Thompson (Forum Supporter) said:

If these are pics from manufacturers or magazines I am assuming they are well optioned.  If you want base MSRP I reserve the right to take them all down 10-25%

1. $64,456 - JAg I pace based on wheels, side vent and C/D pillar area

2. $34,726  I thought this was a Nissan/Infinity, but I now think SMT is right that it's a MAzda.

3. $41,028 Alfa

4. $29,682 I thought this was a GM Blah mobile

5. $73,821 Porky Mecan

6. $30,722 Wasn't sure, but it looked so generic I assumed it had to be relatively cheap

7. $60,441. Easy, Maserati, it leaps out you from the vents, to the rear haunches to the brakes and wheels

8. $242,874 Lambo Uranus, nothing else has that much folded origami on it.

9. $63,982  Originally I thought this was a Range Rover Evoque, but I now realize it's the Aston thing that I"m not sure if it's really in production or not.  This is the one I changed then uncheated myself and changed back to a now known wrong answer.

10. $40,372 Kia incert random ski resort here

11. $50,621 I thought this was another mid/large GM boring mobile, but SMT probably has it right as a Hyundai blah mobile 

12. $57,982 Looks like a GMC Denali to me.

13. $50,447 Even the big black box can't hide the hidiusness that is an Infinity.  I can't wait for David Woodhouse to start injecting some decent DNA into Datsun's design language again.

14. $428,962 Another easy one.  The Rolls Royce Cunalingus, I mean look at the sucide doors, wheels and even the prominent RR emblem still on the side.  

15. $38,721 I thought this was generic enough to be a Kia?Hyundai, but again I think SMT is correct again with Lex-ass.

16. 39,992 I thought this was a Mazda, but again SMT is certainly correct as I missed the Mercedes wheel centers

 

I think I konw what most of them are, It'll be interesting to see how in the ball park I am.

To be fair I totally didn't cheat, I went on what I saw with no resort to googlymoogly.  Come on ndwater, spill the real dirt.

 

nderwater
nderwater UltimaDork
6/10/20 1:10 p.m.

In reply to Adrian_Thompson (Forum Supporter) :

You were in the ballpark for many of them and got one MSRP on the nose.

 

01    Jaguar    E-Pace    $40,000
02    Mazda    CX-5    $25,000
03    Alfa    Stelvio    $41,000
04    Nissan    Rogue    $25,000
05    Porsche    Cayenne    $67,000
06    Mazda    CX-9    $34,000
07    Maserati    Lavante    $73,000
08    Lamborghini    Urus    $207,000
09    Aston    DBX    $193,000
10    Kia    Telluride    $32,000
11    Hyundai    Palisade    $32,000
12    GMC    Yukon    $51,000
13     Infiniti    QX80    $67,000
14    Rolls    Cullinan    $330,000
15    Volvo    XC90    $48,000
16    Mercedes    GLS    $76,000

Adrian_Thompson (Forum Supporter)
Adrian_Thompson (Forum Supporter) MegaDork
6/10/20 1:36 p.m.

In reply to nderwater :

So someone who doesn't own an SUV, doesn't subscribe to any magazines other than GRM, CM and R&T, non of which really cover SUV's can still be pretty close.  I think that proves SUV's aren't as generic as we think.  At the very least it's relatively easy to spot general class (Economy, midrange, premium, E36 M3s money then wipes ass with $100 bills)  

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