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Honda and BMW lead the way for vehicles with the best residual value at lease end.

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BMW also took a top spot, winning the Luxury Brand Residual Value Award for the second consecutive year.

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A repeat winner from last year, the MINI Cooper won in ALG's Compact Car category.

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Toyota's Tundra was awarded best Full-Size Truck, one of four Toyota products to garner accolades as value winners.


Honda CR-V
Honda Odyssey
Infiniti G35
Mercedes-Benz CLK
Mercedes-Benz SLK
MINI Cooper
Nissan Altima
Toyota 4Runner
Toyota Sequoia
Toyota Tacoma
Toyota Tundra
Volvo XC90



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The high-tech and high-styled Mercedes-Benz CLK bested all others as top Luxury Car in the ALG rankings.


Honda is the top automotive brand overall in maintaining the highest percentage of a vehicle's original price after three years, while BMW heads the list of luxury auto brands, Automotive Lease Guide reports.
The Santa Barbara, Calif.-based company, which has been forecasting vehicle residual values for more than 35 years, makes not only brand awards but also individual segment awards for vehicles that the company predicts will retain the highest percentage of their original price.

Honda's leadership for 2005 marks the second straight year the brand has topped all others in ALG's Residual Value Awards. Both the Honda Odyssey minivan and the CR-V compact sport-utility vehicle won their respective vehicle segments for the fourth year in a row.

BMW topped other luxury makes for the second year in a row in 2005, ALG said. The lease analysis and information company noted that the MINI Cooper, which is sold by BMW, won out in maintaining value over competitors in the compact car segment.

Typically, the best value retention percentage for a passenger vehicle over the first three years is between 60 percent and 70 percent of the original price.

Toyota also did well in the 2005 awards, winning two SUV categories—for the 4Runner and Sequoia—and two truck segments—for the Tacoma and Tundra. And luxury maker Mercedes-Benz garnered the lead in two luxury segments.

No domestic-based carmaker brand, however, was at the top of any segment in residual value. Jeep was the best domestic brand overall, in fourth spot behind Honda.
 

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Honda and BMW lead the way for vehicles with the best residual value at lease end.

Click to enlarge

BMW also took a top spot, winning the Luxury Brand Residual Value Award for the second consecutive year.

Click to enlarge

A repeat winner from last year, the MINI Cooper won in ALG's Compact Car category.

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Toyota's Tundra was awarded best Full-Size Truck, one of four Toyota products to garner accolades as value winners.


Honda CR-V
Honda Odyssey
Infiniti G35
Mercedes-Benz CLK
Mercedes-Benz SLK
MINI Cooper
Nissan Altima
Toyota 4Runner
Toyota Sequoia
Toyota Tacoma
Toyota Tundra
Volvo XC90



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The high-tech and high-styled Mercedes-Benz CLK bested all others as top Luxury Car in the ALG rankings.


Honda is the top automotive brand overall in maintaining the highest percentage of a vehicle's original price after three years, while BMW heads the list of luxury auto brands, Automotive Lease Guide reports.
The Santa Barbara, Calif.-based company, which has been forecasting vehicle residual values for more than 35 years, makes not only brand awards but also individual segment awards for vehicles that the company predicts will retain the highest percentage of their original price.

Honda's leadership for 2005 marks the second straight year the brand has topped all others in ALG's Residual Value Awards. Both the Honda Odyssey minivan and the CR-V compact sport-utility vehicle won their respective vehicle segments for the fourth year in a row.

BMW topped other luxury makes for the second year in a row in 2005, ALG said. The lease analysis and information company noted that the MINI Cooper, which is sold by BMW, won out in maintaining value over competitors in the compact car segment.

Typically, the best value retention percentage for a passenger vehicle over the first three years is between 60 percent and 70 percent of the original price.

Toyota also did well in the 2005 awards, winning two SUV categories—for the 4Runner and Sequoia—and two truck segments—for the Tacoma and Tundra. And luxury maker Mercedes-Benz garnered the lead in two luxury segments.

No domestic-based carmaker brand, however, was at the top of any segment in residual value. Jeep was the best domestic brand overall, in fourth spot behind Honda.
Can you please provide the RV, top tier MF, and incentives for 2019 CR-V EX-L AWD CVT? Same for Touring? Need 36/12 and zip is 48118. Thanks!
 

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Can you please provide the RV, top tier MF, and incentives for 2019 CR-V EX-L AWD CVT? Same for Touring? Need 36/12 and zip is 48118. Thanks!
Welcome to the forum! Unfortunately, the original post is almost 14 years old. I highly doubt you're going to get a response anytime soon.
 

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Welcome to the forum! Unfortunately, the original post is almost 14 years old. I highly doubt you're going to get a response anytime soon.
He got me! I didn't even notice that when I started to reply earlier.

I was going to comment that the G35 hasn't been made in a decade and even slightly used BMW's at my local dealer are CHEAP.
 
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