In short, yes!
It is highly recommended to a ceramic coating on new cars.
When your car paint is still new, applying ceramic coating will prevent the accumulation of pollution. This is thanks to the presence of nano-particles in ceramic coating products that penetrate the car paint and fill all pores so that all pollution will stick to the nano-coating, not to your car paint.
Additionally, good nano-coating products have a high hardness that helps minimize scratches and damage, which can happen with car washing. Good ceramic coating products have a high UV reduction; this will help keep your car paint fresh and bright.
In summary, using ceramic coating will help you cut back on the cost of car washing by reducing the accumulation of dirt in the car. This could result in cutting back your car wash frequency by more than 50%; many car owners who start using ceramic coating switch from weekly car wash to fortnightly. The other significant benefit is you won't need to use a harsh car wash shampoo.
If you are comparing ceramic coating to waxing for a new car, then you should consider ceramic coating is low maintenance for new cars compared to waxing. With ceramic coating, you only need to refresh the application annually, while waxing needs to be reapplied every 2 or 3 months.
Finally, some ceramic coating manufacturers record the application on the car registration; this certainly helps increase the hire-sell value of your car.