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These 7 Cars Have Best-in-Class Residual Value

It’s common knowledge that a vehicle’s value falls sharply as soon as you drive it off the dealership lot, but some cars depreciate quicker than others. That’s why you want to do your research first and learn which ones are more likely to retain their value when it’s time to sell. Why? Basic math holds that the more a car is worth, the more money you’ll recoup when you hand over the keys to its next owner.

Here are some of the best residual values for cars and SUVs on the market, based upon the 2016 Residual Value Awards from ALG. These vehicles are least likely to break the bank when you’re ready to sell.

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