When you buy a new car, it starts losing value the second you leave the dealer lot — at least in a normal economic climate. According to an iSeeCars.com study, the average five-year depreciation rate for a new car is 40.1 percent. But not all vehicles depreciate equally. For some, particularly luxury sedans, depreciation can be sudden and substantial; for others, like some of our favorite off-roaders and sports coupes, depreciation can be downright glacial.
Here, according to iSeeCars.com, are the 10 cars that hold their value the best.
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