Top 10 Cars with Best Resale Value and Slowest Depreciation Rates

Since a car is a rather significant financial investment, when buying a new mode, one of the major things you should be concerned about is how fast it will lose its value.In this episode we will be showing you a list of automobiles that manage to depreciate rather slowly and retain the highest resale value in comparison to their original price. Enjoy the video and leave a comment about the validity of our rating based on your personal experience.

Cars featured in this video:

0:44 #10 Cadillac XTS:

This model is shown for you to appreciate just how slowly the rest of the list loses value, since this Cadillac XTS could be sold at nearly 40% loss after just one year.

1:29 #9 Subaru WRX:

Subaru WRX is a performance oriented sedan that has won the market with its handling, standard AWD, cabin space, and high safety ratings. After a year in use, it is expected to lose only 14.2% so it is a good choice if you are not ready to commit to one car just yet.

2:29 #8 Jeep Renegade:

One of the reasons why Jeeps Renegade retains its value is the unique look that goes out f fashion very slowly, wide selection of engines and low initial price.

3:37 #7 Honda HR-V:

If you want a car that is compact, but roomy, affordable but quality built, then the Honda HR-V will satisfy you fully. Especially it’s slow depreciation rate of 13%.

4:38 #6 Chevrolet Colorado:

Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon are almost identical cars that offer a convenient lineup of engines and reliability that converts to high resale price.

5:28 #5 Honda Pilot:

Honda Pilot is a decent 7-seater SUV, however it is getting hard for this auto to compete with rivas due to the low quality infotainment and poor standard features package.

6:45 #4 Nissan Frontier (Navara):

In 2019 Nissan Frontier is expected to receive a long awaited redesign and get the new look that has been accepted by the Navara counterpart for 4 years now.

7:46 #3 Toyota 4Runner:

If you are looking for the most reliable SUV that won’t lose value for a long time, than Toyota 4Runner is your best option!

8:47 #2 Toyota Tacoma:

Toyota Tacoma is among the most reliable and long lasting trucks on the road today, and it loses resale pricing very slowly.

9:42 #1 Jeep Wrangler:

2018 Jeep Wrangler is a compact SUV offering the best value retention on the market. The pricing starts from $27,495 and grows to over $40k for the premium 4-door Rubicon trim equipped with HD axels, off-road tires, and Roc-Track 4×4 system.

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  1. Did you really say Wranglers are known for reliability??? Year after year it ranks as one of the most unreliable vehicles along with all other Chrysler made vehicles on 9 out of 10 vehicle reviews as well as mechanics here on YouTube.

  2. What I realized is that all these cars have one thing in common, they are outdated and slow to trends. Theses cars don't evolve as fast as german engineering cars like Mercedes and others. Thats why they keep their value. The WRX, jeeps, pickup trucks, hondas, they all have the same basics. Cheap interior with no change throughout the years, only minor updated, and ya. thats about it.

    the new Subaru Outback and Legacy just came out, watch how much the old ones will depreciate. If they wouldn't have come with a new remodeled design, the older cars would still have a linear depreciation. But now the new models came out. example also, Mercedes. always with the trends. Audi too.

    So the key to having a brand that doesn't depreciate as much, needs to follow those rules and be conservative when updating. Unless you have a budget like Mercedes and Audi who goes with the tech trends. Which is great for the new models but suck for the previous models. great for second owners. thats why you never buy or finance a new car, you lease. you only buy or finance a car thats in the list in the video as second owner. anyways i can go on and on about this subject.

    And not to forget, iPhones is the same problem. were at the 11th iPhone lol. one per year, because the older ones are crap? hell, i had a 6S and it was perfect, i got the iPhone 8 when the X came out and outta nowhere they now have the XS, XR, 11, 11 pro, XS MAX, come on man lol no wonder Apple is losing yearly to the point that they had to come up with a solution, a damn apple credit card lol now they're in finance

  3. Stupid to buy a car or truck based on resell value, buy what you love and you won’t care about depreciation 👍, besides they are quoting depreciation values after one year, what about after five or six years when the average person trades in. Whole different story

  4. how about canning the computer generated voice, and using a real human. Your artificial voice is terrible.

  5. No one likes to buy a car and discover in a few years that its value has plummeted like Facebook stock. In this episode we will be showing you those models that you can easily buy new, because they lose their value very very slowly (at least compared to the competition). What do you think about the lineup? Any plans to buy cars from the video? Share with us in the comments!

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