Top 10 Vehicles With the Highest Resale Value in 2023

Rev up your finances with these 10 high-resale performers.
Updated July 28, 2023
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There are plenty of factors to consider if you’re in the market for a new car. But one that's easy to overlook is the car’s resale value.

Kelley Blue Book ranked the following 2023 vehicles projected to retain the highest percentage of their original sticker price value after 60 months.

Read on to find out which cars, trucks, and SUVs are most likely to boost your bank account when you sell them.

9. Jeep Wrangler (tie)

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5-year resale value: 61%

The Jeep Wrangler has an iconic off-road design, but Car and Driver also says it’s a bit cramped inside, which may affect your decision to buy one if you need space.

9. Subaru Crosstrek (tie)

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5-year resale value: 61%

Car reviewer Edmunds praises the Subaru Crosstrek for its roomy interior, although that spaciousness doesn’t seem to extend to its compact cargo space.

8. Ford Maverick

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5-year resale value: 61.7%

The compact Maverick pickup truck from Ford offers great value in a hybrid truck. However, Motortrend notes it has short seat cushions.

7. Honda Civic

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5-year resale value: 62.5%

Honda’s Civic sedan has some great exterior styling, according to Car and Driver. But it may lack the power you need to really get moving.

6. Toyota 4Runner

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5-year resale value: 64.4%

Motortrend says the Toyota 4Runner offers great value for an SUV. However, the lack of updates since 2010 may turn off some potential buyers.

5. Chevrolet Corvette

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5-year resale value: 65.3%

The Corvette has continued to impress since its design overhaul in 2020. According to Edmunds, it even got a few additional tech improvements for 2023.

But like other high-end sports cars, the Corvette can be difficult to get into and out of. It also has some issues with rear visibility.

4. Ford Bronco

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5-year resale value: 65.4%

Another iconic car on this list is the Ford Bronco, which has returned to the market with updated styling that takes cues from the original design.

However, Car and Driver warns you not to expect a luxury feeling on the inside — it labels the interior as “more farmhand than fancy.”

2. Tesla Model X (tie)

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5-year resale value: 66%

The Model X will definitely turn heads with its falcon-wing doors and panoramic windshield.

But those could also be downsides. Edmunds notes that the doors might be temperamental, and the windshield lets in a lot of heat.

2. Toyota Tacoma (tie)

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5-year resale value: 66%

The Tacoma pickup truck is a great value compared to other pickups, according to Motortrend.

However, the publication notes that the interior is far from roomy.

1. Toyota Tundra

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5-year resale value: 73.3%

Edmunds says the full-size Tundra pickup truck has great power and easy-to-use controls.

However, it could strain tight budgets at the pump as the model doesn’t offer great fuel economy.

Bottom line

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When shopping for a new car, it’s a good idea to consider how much you'll pocket if you sell the vehicle.

Remember that vehicles depreciate, making it difficult to keep more money in your wallet. So factor in how well a vehicle will likely hold its value before buying it.

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