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Original 1963 Porsche 911 2.0 Coupe (Porsche)
Original 1963 Porsche 911 2.0 Coupe (Porsche)

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Canadian Black Book 2013 Best Retained Value award winners

Awarded to those vehicles which retained the greatest percentage of their original MSRP or manufacturer’s suggested retail price since 2009, or over the past four years.

Sub-compact Car: Honda Fit, 63 per cent

Compact Car: Toyota Prius, 56 per cent

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Mid-size Car: Subaru Outback, 51 per cent

Full-size Car: Hyundai Genesis, 49 per cent

Entry Luxury Car: BMW 1 Series, 56 per cent

Luxury Car: Lexus GS Series, 50 per cent

Premium Luxury Car: BMW 6 Series, 46 per cent

Premium Sports Car: Nissan GT-R, 64 per cent

Sports Car: Dodge Challenger, 64 per cent

Small Pickup: Toyota Tacoma, 59 per cent

Full-size Pickup: Toyota Tundra, 52 per cent

Minivan: Toyota Sienna, 48 per cent

Full-size Van: Dodge Sprinter, 63 per cent

Compact SUV: Jeep Wrangler, 61 per cent

Mid-size SUV: Toyota FJ Cruiser, 63 per cent

Full-size SUV: Toyota Sequoia, 62 per cent

Compact Luxury SUV: Infiniti EX35, 49 per cent

Mid-size Luxury SUV: BMW X6, 60 per cent

Full-size Luxury SUV: Lexus LX570, 66 per cent

Industry average: 44 per cent

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Canadian Black Book 2013 Best Retained Value Awards

Awarded to those brands which retained the greatest percentage of their original MSRP or manufacturer’s suggested retail price since 2009, or over the past four years

1. Porsche, 53 per cent

2. Toyota, 52 per cent

3. Subaru, 50 per cent

3. Lexus, 50 per cent

5. Mitsubishi, 49 per cent

5. Jeep, 49 per cent

5. BMW, 49 per cent

8. Infiniti, 48 per cent

9. Land Rover, 47 per cent

9. Mini 47, per cent

11. Audi 46, per cent

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