“I’ll never sell my new car,” that’s of course the typical emotional reaction that many new car buyers have when they first drive their brand new sparkling auto off the dealer’s lot.
But of course the facts speak for themselves. The typical new car buyers holds on to their car for just over four years these day which means that unless you leased your new ride…chances are you will be selling it eventually.
So which car should you buy if you want the highest possible resale value when it is time to moveon.org?
We’ve got the scoop for you. The latest and greatest 2011 Best Resale Value Awards from Kelley Blue Book are out, and here’s the list of cars that hold on to their value the most over time.
- Audi A5
- Lexus GX
- BMW X5
- Lexus RX
- BMW X6
- Subaru Outback
- Honda CR-V
- Toyota FJ Cruiser
- Jeep Wrangler
- Toyota Tacoma
We’ve been lucky enough to review many of these cars like the Lexus RX video review below.
The one fact that jumps out from the list above is that it includes only one American car. So is the glass half empty or half full when it comes to the resale value of American cars?. You could argue that at least one American car made the 2011 list, and that’s a start.
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