15 Cars That Retain Their Value
November 5, 2015
When purchasing a new vehicle, a lot of people don't think about how well it will retain its value years from now. However, this is something you need to pay attention to if you want to maximize savings.
Forbes recently released a list of the 15 vehicles that retained the most value over the last 3 years. At the very top of the list is the Toyota FJ Cruiser, which held on to 91.5 percent of its original value after three years. Other vehicles on the list include the Ram 3500, Subaru Impreza, and Honda Ridgeline. When buying a new car, you may want to consider these models (especially if you intend to sell the vehicle in 3 or 4 years).
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|Rank||Vehicle||% Original Value Retained After 3 Years|
|1||Toyota FJ Cruiser||91.5%|
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- Gregg Fidan
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