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The BMW 335d should go nearly 1,000 km on one tank of diesel fuel and produces about 20 per cent fewer CO2 emissions than a comparable gas engine.
The BMW 335d should go nearly 1,000 km on one tank of diesel fuel and produces about 20 per cent fewer CO2 emissions than a comparable gas engine.

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Buy a vehicle that retains its resale value well

Subaru tops ALG’s 2011 prediction list for future residual values. The 2011 Subaru Legacy, above, should retain 44.3 per cent of its value.
THE FULL STORY: If you really want to save money on your next car purchase, appreciate a slow depreciation, writes Jeremy Cato

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Luxury Vehicles

36-month predicted value

Segment

Model

Percentage

Near-Luxury

BMW 1-Series

52.3

Luxury

BMW 5-Series

46

Luxury Sports Car

Nissan GT-R

n/a

Luxury Alternative Fuel

BMW 335d

53

Luxury Compact Utility

Acura RDX

50.5

Luxury Mid-Size Utility

BMW X5

46

Luxury Full-Size Utility

Infiniti QX56

47

Mainstream Vehicles

48-month predicted value

Segment

Model

Percentage

Subcompact

Honda Fit

n/a

Compact

Subaru Impreza

47.5

Mid-Size

Subaru Legacy

44.3

Full-Size

Toyota Avalon

35

Sporty

Subaru Impreza WRX/STi

49.5

Alternative Fuel

Volkswagen Jetta TDI

n/a

MPV

Honda Odyssey

40.4

Compact Utility

Nissan Rogue

45.6

Mid-Size Utility

Subaru Outback

42.5

Full-Size Utility

Mazda CX-9

39.3

Mid-Size Pickup

Toyota Tacoma

39.6

Full-Size Pickup

Toyota Tundra

34

Canadian Black Book's best-retained value awards - 2007 models

2007 Volkswagen GTI
In each segment, these cars and trucks held their value better than their competitors after four years

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