10 new cars that will lose the least amount of value in 5 years

The 2019 Jeep Wrangler.

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The 2019 Jeep Wrangler.
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Fiat Chrysler Automobiles

  • The automotive research company Kelley Blue Book (KBB) released in January its ranking of the vehicles from model year 2019 that it projects will best retain their value over the first five years of ownership.
  • Toyota had the highest overall expected resale value among all auto brands for the fourth time in the past six years.
  • Porsche had the highest overall expected value among luxury brands for the third consecutive year.
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The automotive research company Kelley Blue Book (KBB) released in January its ranking of the vehicles from model year 2019 that it projects will best retain their value over the first five years of ownership.

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While the average vehicle from model year 2019 is expected to be worth just 39% of its initial value after five years, each vehicle in KBB’s top-10 list is expected to retain over 50% of its value over the same time period, the company said. The list is based on projections from KBB’s automotive analysts.

Toyota had the highest overall expected resale value among all auto brands for the fourth time in the past six years. Porsche had the highest overall expected value among luxury brands for the third consecutive year.

Toyota placed three vehicles on KBB’s top-ten list, while Porsche placed one vehicle on the list. General Motors was the only automaker to place more than one vehicle on the list.

These are the 10 vehicles from model year 2019 that are expected to best retain their value in five years.


10. Porsche Macan

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Porsche

Projected resale value after 36 months: 65%

Projected resale value after 60 months: 50%


9. Ford F-Series

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Ford

Projected resale value after 36 months: 57.5%

rojected resale value after 60 months: 50.6%


8. Chevrolet Colorado

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Chevrolet

Projected resale value after 36 months: 59%

Projected resale value after 60 months: 50.9%


7. Honda Ridgeline

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Honda

Projected resale value after 36 months: 63.2%

Projected resale value after 60 months: 51.3%


6. Chevrolet Silverado

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Chevrolet

Projected resale value after 36 months: 59.8%

Projected resale value after 60 months: 53.7%


5. Toyota 4Runner

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Toyota

Projected resale value after 36 months: 65.7%

Projected resale value after 60 months: 56.3%


4. GMC Sierra

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GMC

Projected resale value after 36 months: 62.2%

Projected resale value after 60 months: 56.7%


3. Toyota Tundra

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Toyota

Projected resale value after 36 months: 66.6%

Projected resale value after 60 months: 56.9%


2. Jeep Wrangler

The 2019 Jeep Wrangler.

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Fiat Chrysler Automobiles

Projected resale value after 36 months: 66.5%

Projected resale value after 60 months: 58.3%


1. Toyota Tacoma

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Toyota

Projected resale value after 36 months: 69.4%

Projected resale value after 60 months: 62.2%