Keep scrolling to see which SUVS depreciate the most:
- Cadillac Escalade ESV: 63.6% depreciation with a difference of $53,992.
- Audi Q7: 63.5% depreciation with a difference of $43,269.
- BMW X1: 63.4%depreciation with a difference of $26,935.
- Infiniti QX80: 63.4% depreciation with a difference of $49,307.
What vehicles have the worst resale value?
- Nissan Leaf. Five-Year Value Retention: 28.3%
- Chevrolet Volt. Five-Year Value Retention: 28.8%
- BMW 7-Series. Five-Year Value Retention: 28.9%
- Mercedes-Benz S-Class. Five-Year Value Retention: 30.1%
- Ford Fusion Energi. Five-Year Value Retention: 30.6%
- BMW 6-Series.
- BMW 5-Series.
- Mercedes-Benz E-Class.
Which vehicle holds its value the most?
10 Vehicles With The Best Resale Values Of 2018
- Toyota Tacoma. Kelley Blue Book estimates the mid-size Toyota Tacoma pickup truck will return the highest resale value among all 2018 vehicles after five years, at an average 61.1% of its original transaction price.
- Toyota Tundra.
- Toyota 4Runner.
- Jeep Wrangler.
- GMC Sierra.
- Chevrolet Silverado.
- Ford F-150.
- Chevrolet Colorado.
Which car has the worst depreciation?
Cars with the worst depreciation after 5 years
- Chevrolet Impala. Chevy Impala: 66.2% We’re not shocked to see the Chevy Impala on this list.
- Jaguar XJL. Jaguar XJL: 66.4% The Jaguar XJL is the long-wheelbase version of the British automaker’s largest sedan.
- Nissan Leaf. Nissan Leaf: 71.7%
- Chevrolet Volt. Chevrolet Volt: 71.2%
What model car holds its value the best?
The remainder of the top five and six of the top 10 vehicles that hold their value best are pickups.
- Dodge Challenger – 45.2 percent, 54.8 percent.
- Chevrolet Camaro – 48 percent, 52 percent.
- Toyota Corolla – 48 percent, 52 percent.
- Honda Accord – 50 percent, 50 percent.
- Toyota Sienna (minivan) – 50.2 percent, 49.8 percent.