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Which fleet cars have the best resale value?

Posted by Eliott Fitch on Apr 29, 2014 11:00:00 AM

 
 
In continuing with our focus on the life cycle cost of vehicles, we decided it would be a good idea to write about what cars have the best resale value in regard to fleet purchases. A lot of organizations rank vehicles overall, but it was surprisingly difficult to find one that focused exclusively on fleet purchases.   We had our fleet managers spreadsheet out their best vehicles for re-sale value, and this is what we found:
 
  
1.  Toyota Camry L
 
best overall resale value and life cycle cost
 
We decided to start out our list with the best overall mid-size compact fleet vehicle on the market today.  The Toyota Camry is reliable, safe, and has been consistently rated as one of the best vehicles to purchase in terms of resale value of a car.  If you need a reliable all-purpose sedan, this one is a no-brainer. 
 
  
2.  The Nissan Versa Note S Plus
 
nissan's have a great life-cycle cost

With roughly 40 MPG and the lowest depreciation of nearly any car in our analysis, the Nissan Versa Note S Plus comes in second on the list with one of the best resale values on a subcompact vehicle.
 
3.  Dodge Grand Caravan AVP FWD
 
perfect minivan for resale value
Within the minivan category, the Grand Caravan has higher resale value than all of its competition!  It is always nice to see an American car make this list.
 
4. BMW 3-Series 328d
 
BMW_
For those looking for company cars for executive personnel, there is no better resale on a premium compact than the BMW 3-Series 328d.  In this case, making the smart choice is also a pretty easy choice.
 
5.  2014 Honda Civic
 
best resale value honda civic
  
If you are looking for a compact sedan, you can't go wrong with the Honda Civic.  For years this car has reigned supreme in terms of resale value, and 2014 is no different. 
 
Additional Sources:  http://www.vincentric.com/
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