Toyota Cars with the Best Resale Value
When purchasing a vehicle, it's important to know the resale value of the car you're about to spend thousands of dollars on. Chances are, in a few years, you'll be looking to get into a newer model… so which models retain their value the best? It's no secret that Toyotas are well-known for holding their value. Well, we took it one step further and used data from Kelley Blue Book to determine which Toyota models have the highest resale value:
Not only does the 2015 Toyota Tacoma have the highest resale value in its class, it's also Kelley Blue Book's #1 Best Resale Value Winner. Out of ALL 2015 cars, trucks, and SUVs, KBB deemed the Toyota Tacoma to have the highest resale value. So when buying a Tacoma, you can rest assured it will still be valuable, years down the road: at 36 months, your Tacoma will be worth an average of 74.9% of its original value, and after 60 months, 60.4%.*
The larger Toyota Tundra truck was rated the best resale value in its class, and #3 overall for all cars, trucks, and SUVs. KBB estimates that after 36 months, your Tundra will be worth an average of 68.3% of its original value, and after 60 months, 58.4%.*
The 2015 Toyota Sienna was the winner of best resale value for minivans. No surprise here, as the Sienna has a rather large trophy case. KBB estimates that after 36 months, your Sienna will be worth an average of 57.9% of its original value, and after 60 months, 44.3%.*
Actually, the Toyota 4Runner, Toyota Highlander, Toyota Corolla, Toyota Camry, Toyota Avalon, and Toyota Sequoia all made top 3 lists for their respective classes. So if resale value is a top priority when car shopping, you have plenty of options at a Toyota dealership 🙂
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*Resale values are estimates provided by www.kbb.com and in no way serve as a guarantee or promise for how much money each vehicle will be worth in the future.
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