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Even though its a completely different car, will the arrival of the ioniq 5 lead to an accelerated depreciation in the cost of second hand 28 kWh and 38 kWh Ioniqs? Also will the Kona be similarly affected? Will they drop in price over the next 12 months more than if the new ioniq 5 want coming out?
Same question regarding the kia eNiro and Soul?
 

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I am thinking for the upcoming years it is a seller's market so I wouldn't be bothered too much.
 

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Yea, you could argue either way but for a while I think the used market will be quite competitive with total of 500k BEVs out there and 7 million used market.
 

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Even though its a completely different car, will the arrival of the ioniq 5 lead to an accelerated depreciation in the cost of second hand 28 kWh and 38 kWh Ioniqs? Also will the Kona be similarly affected? Will they drop in price over the next 12 months more than if the new ioniq 5 want coming out?
No, simply they are priced at too high a price to influence, what has impacted is the price of the MG EVs which can be obtained for around £20k or less.
 
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