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For six years in a row, the Jeep Wrangler had the best retained value by percentage of the original price after four years of any vehicle in Canada, but that changed this year. The Toyota FJ Cruiser takes that title for 2017, according to Canadian Black Book, the country's largest publisher of wholesale used-vehicle prices. The FJ retained a record 82 per cent of its original retail price after four years. Even though the FJ was discontinued in 2014, it has been developing a cult following. The Wrangler, was not far behind at 82 per cent. Last year the Wrangler retained 79 per cent of its value. CBB notes the vehicles with the highest retained value in 20 different segments. In total, Toyota has the most models win a segment with eight. Here are the top cars in each segment and the retained value by percentage from the 2013 model years:

Sub-compact car: Toyota Prius C - 55 per cent

Toyota

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Compact car: Subaru XV Crosstrek - 56 per cent

Subaru

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Mid-size car: Toyota Corolla - 51 per cent

Toyota

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Full-size car: Toyota Avalon - 54 per cent

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Entry luxury car: Volvo XC70 - 57 per cent

Volvo

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Luxury car: Audi A7 - 53 per cent

Audi

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Premium luxury car: Porsche Panamera - 56 per cent

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Premium sports car: Porsche Boxster - 74 per cent

Porsche

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Sports car: Dodge Challenger - 66 per cent

FCA

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Small pick-up: Toyota Tacoma - 82 per cent

Toyota

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Full-size pick-up: Toyota Tundra - 66 per cent

Toyota

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Minivan: Honda Odyssey - 58 per cent

Honda

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Minivan: Toyota Sienna - 58 per cent

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Compact commercial van: Nissan NV200 - 47 per cent

Nissan

14 of 21

Full-size van: Mercedes-Benz Sprinter - 58 per cent

Mercedes-Benz

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Compact SUV: Jeep Wrangler - 82 per cent

Chrysler

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Mid-size SUV: Toyota FJ Cruiser - 83 per cent

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Full-size SUV: Toyota Sequoia - 68 per cent

Toyota

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Compact luxury SUV: Audi Q5 - 56 per cent

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Mid-size luxury SUV: Porsche Cayenne - 70 per cent

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Full-size luxury SUV: Mercedes-Benz G-Class - 73 per cent

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