10 Cars With the Slowest Depreciation

Cars with the Least Depreciation, Jeep Wrangler Unlimited
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2012 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

Depreciation: 24% or $9,238 off Original MSRP

Take all the demand associated with the Jeep Wrangler, and add two more doors. That’s why this four-door off-roading machine is so desirable. It loses only 24 percent of its value – a new Wrangler Unlimited that cost $38,432 still costs an average of $29,195.

For that price you get standard four-wheel drive, a powerful V6, and the ability to traverse snow, ice, mud, sand, and any other terrain Mother Earth can throw at the Wrangler. The removable hard-top and retractable soft-top mean that there’s no down season for the Wrangler when it comes to used car sales.

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