Trucks and SUVs continue to dominate the top of the resale value charts, this time with three new-for-2015 models including the Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon midsize trucks, and a radically redesigned Ford F-150 full-size truck. Once again, 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.
Even in its last model year before a complete redesign, the Toyota Tacoma boasts the best resale value in the business.
The Jeep Wrangler is seemingly unstoppable off-road, and positively resilient when it comes to retaining value.
The Toyota Tundra is far from winning the full-size truck war, but it continues to win the resale value battles.
The Chevrolet Colorado midsize pickup truck returns from hiatus with an all-new design, more capability and Top 10 resale value credentials.
The all-new GMC Canyon offers the same excellent resale value as its Chevy Colorado corporate cousin, but with a tougher look.
The GMC Sierra full-size truck may trail its Silverado sibling in sales, but it edges the Chevy on the list of resale value standouts.
Fresh off a full redesign last year, the Chevrolet Silverado remains the second-best-selling vehicle in the country by combining capability, comfort and resale value.
The Toyota 4Runner features truck-like, body-on-frame construction, qualifying it as one of the most capable SUVs in existence.
Not just a resale value standout, the totally redesigned Ford F-150 also took home our inaugural Overall Best Buy Award this year.
Impressively enhanced for 2015, the versatile and refined Honda CR-V is a resale value all-star as well as our first-ever Compact SUV Best Buy.
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