Then why are many saying that Wagon-R resale is bad? Is that in relative or absolute terms? Personally, I think that is exceptional resale.
A car's value falls as soon as it gets out of the showroom. The owner uses it and puts miles on the engine, transmission, chassis, etc. Surely the price should decrease instead of increase as the car is continually used?
I recall someone reviewing Wagon-R negatively earlier due to 90K decrease in price for new customers. What merited the negative review? Did the condition of the +90K car's performance, engine, transmission, chassis, paint, body work, lights, etc change? Isn't it still all the same? What's spent is spent. Instead of living in the past, why not enjoy and be satisfied with what you gained for it and welcome the opportunity that more people will be able to afford it thereby increasing Wagon-R's user base?