Led by the remarkably resilient Toyota FJ Cruiser, every vehicle on this year's Top 10 list of Best Resale Value Award winners is projected to retain at least half its original value after five years of typical ownership. The list is once again heavy with trucks and SUVs, but there's also a brand new Corvette for value-minded seekers of 455 horsepower.
The Toyota FJ Cruiser is an off-road master and a resale value rarity, claiming the top spot on this list — by a wide margin — for the second year in a row.
A legendary workhorse that's equally eager on the weekends, the Toyota Tacoma is perhaps unbeatable when it comes to long-term utility per dollar.
The Jeep Wrangler isn't just one of the world's most famous off-roaders, it's also a perennial resale value standout.
The Toyota 4Runner sports revised styling and a host of new features for 2014, along with the same familiar excellent resale values.
Radically redesigned for 2014, the new Chevrolet Corvette offers standout resale value that makes it that much easier to justify resurfacing the driveway with 455 horsepower.
New but not all-new for 2014, the Toyota Tundra may trail the domestics in sales, but it outpaces them in resale value.
Completely rethought rear-end styling and the return of the Z/28 moniker help the Chevrolet Camaro earn a spot on this year's list.
A perennial leader in the compact SUV arena, the versatile Honda CR-V matches style, comfort, features and economy with great resale value.
The second-best-selling vehicle in the country, the Chevrolet Silverado is all-new for 2014, offering more capability, greater comfort and better resale values.
The truest interpretation of a classic muscle car, the Dodge Challenger is also a comfortable and tech-savvy cruiser that promises lasting appeal.
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