Unless you happen to own a classic Ferrari, nearly all vehicles are vehicles are considered liabilities. But some hold their worth better than others.
For the 5th year in a row, 4x4s have dominated Kelley Blue Book’s best resale list. In fact, of the 10 vehicles on the list, nine are trucks and SUVs.
Here’s the 2019 list:
|Vehicle||Resale value after 60 months|
|2019 Toyota Tacoma||62.2%|
|2019 Jeep Wrangler||58.3%|
|2019 Toyota Tundra||56.9%|
|2019 GMC Sierra||56.7%|
|2019 Toyota 4Runner||56.3%|
|2019 Chevrolet Silverado||53.7%|
|2019 Honda Ridgeline||51.3%|
|2019 Chevrolet Colorado||50.9%|
|2019 Ford F-Series||50.6%|
|2019 Porsche Macan||50.0%|
As usual, the mighty Tacoma topped the list, a position it has occupied for the past 5 years. According to KBB, excellent build quality and good ol’ Toyota reliability make the midsize truck unmatched in resale value. So much so that the Taco retains almost 70% of its value after 36 months of first owner use, and over 62% after 60 months.
The second spot is a different story. This year, Jeep managed to wrangle the position away from Tundra thanks to high consumer satisfaction for the Wrangler. As for the sole outlier on the list, the Porsche Macan managed to unseat the Subaru WRX to claim the 10th spot.
So if you’re in the market for a new truck with the best resale value, look no further than KBB’s list.