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SEDAN
2005 Mitsubishi Lancer EVO

Base MSRP (Est.): $31,000
2-year retained value: 68 percent
5-year retained value: 53 percent

COUPE
2005 Infiniti G35

Base MSRP (Est.): $35,000
2-year retained value: 68 percent
5-year retained value: 50 percen

CONVERTIBLE
2005 Nissan 350 Z Touring Roadster

Base MSRP (Est.): $36,100
2-year retained value: 68 percent
5-year retained value: 53 percent

HATCHBACK
2005 MINI Cooper

Base MSRP: $16,449
2-year retained value: 68 percent
5-year retained value: 53 percent

WAGON
2005 Volkswagen Jetta Wagon TDI

Base MSRP: $21,005
2-year retained value: 67 percent
5-year retained value: 45 percent

LUXURY
2005 BMW 5 Series

Base MSRP: $45,400
2-year retained value: 68 percent
5-year retained value: 48 percent

TRUCK
2005 Dodge Ram SRT 10

Base MSRP: $28,800
2-year retained value: 68 percent
5-year retained value: 53 percent

SUV
2005 Volvo XC90

Base MSRP: $36,600
2-year retained value: 68 percent
5-year retained value: 53 percent

MINIVAN
2005 Honda Odyssey Premium (2004 shown)

Base MSRP (Est.): $28,800
2-year retained value: 68 percent
5-year retained value: 46 percent
 

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Gen 4 XLE v6
02 Toy Solara V6 MT
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I think the top reselling sedan with good value holdup would have been Acura TSX, or Accord or even Civic.

Have to agree on the coupe

Convertible has to be Solara

Hatch - i would have assumed Focus

Wagon - i would have assumed IS300 wagon

Luxury - i agree with 5 series...

Truck - nope...tundra!

SUV - i think it should have been CRV

Odessy for minivan - i think they got it right there.
 

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my name isn't really Bob
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2005 Dodge Ram SRT 10
Base MSRP: $28,800

someone fuked up there, cause i know for dam sure you cant get an SRT-10 for 30g's. i know a guy who got one for 70g's canadian
 
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