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Consumer Reports crowns best and worst resale value awards 2012

Posted Dec 27th 2012 4:30PM

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Each year, Consumer Reports compiles a list of the vehicles it expects to be the best and worst when it comes to holding their original resale value. As expected, Toyota products dominated the list of best values for 2012... but there were also a few surprise (good and bad) entries that CR claims earned their spot on this year's resale value list.

According to Consumer Reports magazine, the best overall value for 2012 is the Toyota Prius, while the worst car for the money (which could be very debatable) is the BMW 750Li.

Do you want to know the winners and losers for each category? Well, click here to view the best resale car values for 2012 and be sure to take a look at the list of worst resale car values of 2012 found here.


Related GalleryConsumer Reports Top 10 Worst Resale Value 2012
Worst value for a small sedan: Nissan Versa SVWorst value for a midsize SUV: Jeep Wrangler Unlimited SaharaWorst value for a small SUV: Mini CountrymanWorst value for a large/luxury SUV: Nissan ArmadaWorst value for a small hatchback: Ford Focus SEWorst value for a upscale sedan: Dodge Charger SXT Plus (V6)Worst value for a luxury sedan: BMW 750LiWorst value for a wagon/minivan: Chrysler Town and Country Touring-L

Related GalleryConsumer Reports Top 10 Best Resale Value 2012
Best value for a small sedan: Toyota Corolla LEBest value for a luxury sedan: Cadillac CTSBest value for a sports car/convertible: Mini CooperBest value for a family sedan: Toyota Camry Hybrid XLEBest value for a small SUV: Honda CR-V EXBest value for a wagon/minivan: Toyota Prius V ThreeBest value for a upscale sedan: Acura TSX (I4)Best value for a small hatchback: Toyota Prius Four






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