Special Report

Cars That Keep Their Value the Longest

Source: Ford Motor Company

15. Ford Mustang
> Model depreciation after 5 years: -44.4% (-$14,252)
> Avg. 2014 price for a new model: $32,083
> Avg. 2019 price of a used 2014 model: $17,831
> Vehicle type: Coupe

Source: Courtesy of Honda

14. Honda Civic
> Model depreciation after 5 years: -44.2% (-$9,698)
> Avg. 2014 price for a new model: $21,948
> Avg. 2019 price of a used 2014 model: $12,250
> Vehicle type: Coupe

Source: Courtesy of Subaru of America

13. Subaru Impreza
> Model depreciation after 5 years: -43.7% (-$9,874)
> Avg. 2014 price for a new model: $22,602
> Avg. 2019 price of a used 2014 model: $12,728
> Vehicle type: Sedan

Source: Courtesy of General Motors

12. GMC Sierra 1500
> Model depreciation after 5 years: -43.0% (-$19,251)
> Avg. 2014 price for a new model: $44,780
> Avg. 2019 price of a used 2014 model: $25,529
> Vehicle type: Pickup

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11. Chevrolet Silverado 1500
> Model depreciation after 5 years: -42.0% (-$18,733)
> Avg. 2014 price for a new model: $44,601
> Avg. 2019 price of a used 2014 model: $25,868
> Vehicle type: Pickup

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