The Jeep Wrangler tops the list of vehicles with the lowest depreciation, at 30.9 percent over five years. The Unlimited trim scored more than 18 percent lower than the national five-year depreciation average, according to iSeeCars.com.
Trucks and truck-based SUVs hold their value the best, while luxury sedans see the most depreciation.
iSeeCars.com analyzed more than 8.2 million car sales to identify models with the lowest and highest loss in value after five years.
Jeep Wrangler Takes Depreciation Honors
In addition to the cars with the lowest five-depreciation, the comprehensive study also includes the lowest-and highest-depreciating cars by price point and vehicle segment:
* Highest-and lowest-depreciating cars less than $25,000, $35,000 and $50,000;
* Highest-and lowest-depreciating SUVs;
* Ranking of pickup trucks;
* Lowest and highest-depreciating sports cars;
* Lowest and highest-depreciating hybrid and electric vehicles;
* Lowest and highest-depreciating car brands.
Here’s the list if the top-10 lowest five-year depreciating vehicles:
1. Jeep Wrangler, 30.9 percent
2. Toyota Tacoma, 32.4%
3. Jeep Wrangler, 32.8%
4. Porsche 911, 36.0%
5. Toyota Tundra, 37.0%
6. Toyota 4Runner, 38.5%
7. Subaru WRX, 39.8%
8. Dodge Challenger, 40.6%
9. GMC Canyon, 41.2%
10.Nissan Frontier, 43.5%
The complete depreciation lists are available on iSeeCars.com/Depreciation