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These are the new cars that depreciate least

Road & Track Logo By Bob Sorokanich, Brian Silvestro of Road & Track | Slide 1 of 10: The average new car loses over 50 percent of its value after the first five years. Some models, though, depreciate way more slowly. Used car buying site iSeeCars looked at the data studied more than 7.7 million new and used car sales from the past five years to find out which cars hold onto the most value five years after they were sold new. These are your value kings.

The average new car loses over 50 percent of its value after the first five years. Some models, though, depreciate way more slowly. Used car buying site iSeeCars looked at the data studied more than 7.7 million new and used car sales from the past five years to find out which cars hold onto the most value five years after they were sold new. These are your value kings.

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