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ALG Announces Residual Value Awards

November 28, 2012

ALG has announced its 14th annual Residual Value Awards, which recognize vehicles that the organization forecasts will retain the highest percentage of MSRP after a three-year period.

The awards are by segment and by brand.

Honda was ranked as top in the mainstream brands and Acura as top for the premium brands. 

ALG’s full rankings are listed in the tables below.

  
  
  
  
  

SegmentWinner
Sub Compact CarHonda Fit
Compact CarHyundai Elantra
Midsize CarHonda Accord
Fullsize CarHyundai Azera
Sports CarScion FR-S
Alt-Fuel VehicleToyota Prius c
MinivanHonda Odyssey
Sub Compact Utility VehicleMINI Cooper Countryman
Compact Utility VehicleToyota FJ Cruiser
Midsize Utility VehicleHyundai Santa Fe Sport
Fullsize Utility VehicleToyota Sequoia
Midsize PickupToyota Tacoma
Fullsize PickupToyota Tundra
Premium Compact CarMINI Cooper
Premium Midsize CarMercedes-Benz C-Class
Premium Fullsize CarLexus GS 350
Premium ExecutiveLexus LS 460
Premium Sports CarPorsche 911 Carrera
Premium Alt-Fuel VehicleMercedes-Benz ML350 BlueTEC
Premium Compact Utility VehicleAcura RDX
Premium Midsize Utility VehicleAudi Q7
Premium Fullsize Utility VehicleToyota Land Cruiser

Mainstream Brand
Rankings
Premium Brand
Rankings
HondaAcura
HyundaiInfiniti
ScionAudi
SubaruLexus
MazdaMercedes-Benz
ToyotaBMW
NissanCadillac
KiaPorsche
VolkswagenVolvo
MitsubishiLincoln
Ford 
Dodge 
Buick 
GMC 
Chevrolet 


Related news: Kelly Blue Book Announces 2013 Best Resale Value Awards

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