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Kelley Blue Book Say These Cars Have Best Resale Value

AutoNXT Logo By Perry Stern of AutoNXT | Slide 1 of 25:      For many Americans, a new car will be the second-largest purchase of their lives — next to owning a home. With the average transaction price of a new vehicle now above $40,000, buyers find it even more important to know that their new purchase will retain its value for years to come. Although many cars depreciate considerably the moment they’re driven off a dealer’s lot, Kelley Blue Book says the following vehicles have the best resale value — better than all others in their respective categories. This year marks the 19th time Kelley Blue Book has determined winners for the annual Best Resale Value Awards. Prices listed are base MSRP with no optional equipment; expected value is based on KBB’s predicted resale value for a vehicle in average condition after five years of ownership.

Best Resale Values of 2021

For many Americans, a new car will be the second-largest purchase of their lives — next to owning a home. With the average transaction price of a new vehicle now above $40,000, buyers find it even more important to know that their new purchase will retain its value for years to come. Although many cars depreciate considerably the moment they’re driven off a dealer’s lot, Kelley Blue Book says the following vehicles have the best resale value — better than all others in their respective categories. This year marks the 19th time Kelley Blue Book has determined winners for the annual Best Resale Value Awards. Prices listed are base MSRP with no optional equipment; expected value is based on KBB’s predicted resale value for a vehicle in average condition after five years of ownership.

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