NADA UCG Looks at Top Performing One Year Old Vehicles

Jonathan Banks
Exec­u­tive Auto­mo­tive Ana­lyst
NADA Used Car Guide

The new edi­tion of Per­spec­tive details one-year-old (2015 MY) reten­tion per­for­mance of new or revised main­stream and lux­u­ry mod­els. Study looks at three-month aver­age of trade-in val­ues divid­ed by MSRP. Fac­tors help­ing ele­vate reten­tion for include improved qual­i­ty and depend­abil­i­ty, high­er fuel econ­o­my and per­for­mance, improved vehi­cle design, new vehi­cle pric­ing, incen­tive lev­els, and vehi­cle pro­duc­tion vol­ume. Strong val­ue reten­tion gives man­u­fac­tur­ers a com­pet­i­tive cost-of-own­er­ship and leas­ing advan­tage, and it allows con­sumers to accrue pos­i­tive equi­ty quick­ly.

Check out the lat­est NADA Used Car Guide Per­spec­tive

2015 Porsche Macan One of Three High­est Retain­ing Mod­els at 83.6%:
Lit­tle broth­er to the Porsche Cayenne and shares its plat­form with the Audi Q5.

Redesigned for 2015, 2015 Sub­aru WRX Came in at 83.4%:
WRX has been shaped to ful­fill every ral­ly rac­ing fan’s deep­est desires.

2015 Chevro­let Col­orado at 83.4% High­er than Mid-Size Pick­up Aver­age of 81.4%:
Fol­low­ing two-year hia­tus, Col­orado was redesigned for 2015 and boasts sleek new exte­ri­or to com­ple­ment more qui­et and com­fort­able inte­ri­or.



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