Kelley Blue Book just announced the award winners for 2017 luxury car brand with the best resale value today. Unfortunately, Mercedes Benz, BMW, Lincoln from Ford Motor Co. and Cadillac from General Motors Co. didn’t make the cut.Toyota tacoma bags the number one spot as a brand with the highest projected resale value for 2017. (Photo by Tomohiro Ohsumi/Getty Images)
Reports suggest that Toyota bagged the title as the top brand for projected resale value for the 2017 model year while the 2017 luxury brand title was brought home by Porsche for the first time.
Meanwhile, Researchers at Kelley Blue Book (KBB) released their rankings of 2017 luxury car brands with the best resale value were divided into 22 vehicle categories.
2017 Luxury Car Brand With Highest Resale Value
- Subcompact car: Honda Fit
- Compact car: Subaru Impreza
- Sporty compact car: Subaru WRX
- Midsize car: Subaru Legacy
- Full-size car: Nissan Maxima
- Entry-level luxury car: Lexus RC
- Luxury car: Lexus GS
- High-end luxury car: Porsche Panamera
- Sports car: Porsche 718 Cayman
- High-performance car: Ford Motor Co. (NYSE: F) Mustang Shelby
- Hybrid/alternative-energy car: Honda Accord Hybrid
- Electric vehicle: Chevy Bolt EV
- Subcompact sport utility vehicle/crossover: Honda HR-V
- Compact SUV/crossover: Jeep Wrangler from Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. (NYSE: FCAU)
- Midsize SUV/crossover: Toyota 4Runner
- Full-size SUV/crossover: Chevrolet Suburban
- Minivan: Toyota Sienna
2017 Luxury Car Brand SUV/Crossover:
- compact : Porsche Macan
- midsize : Lexus RX
- full-size : Lexus LX
2017 Luxury Car Brand Pickup Truck
- Midsize : Toyota Tacoma
- Full-size : Chevy Silverado HD
According to KBB researchers, an average 2017 model-year vehicle only will retain about 32.9% of its original value after a five-year ownership period. This means that a $50,000 new car today will only be worth somewhere close to $16,450 five years from now.
Well, the good news is – luxury car brands aren’t the only ones getting awarded with the best projected resale value for 2017.
Here’s a list of the top 10 models based on resale value. This list released by KBB includes the vehicle’s resale value at 60 months as a percentage of the purchase price.
Toyota Tacoma: 58.4%
Toyota 4Runner: 54.5%
Chevy Silverado: 52.2%
Jeep Wrangler: 51.1%
Toyota Tundra: 49%
Chevy Colorado: 48.1%
Honda Ridgeline: 47.6%
GMC Sierra: 47.5%
GMC Canyon: 47.2%
Subaru WRX: 45.4%
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