Toyota Tops in Residual Values
If you’re in the market for a Toyota Tacoma or 4Runner – or any other Toyota for that matter – there’s yet another reason why it’s a good time to buy. Both the 2016 Tacoma and 4Runner by U.S. News and World Report as the best residual value in their class. In fact, the 2016 Tacoma has the best overall residual value among all cars and trucks!
The report considers the estimated future value of every vehicle on the market five years down the road. We all know vehicles depreciate in value from their purchase price. Those that depreciate the least indicate better than average value and a high-quality vehicle.
Residual Values Supported By Tons of Features
That’s definitely true for both the Tacoma and the 4Runner. Like all Toyota vehicles, they are packed with convenience and safety features. Both have the Star Safety System including Vehicle Stability Control (VSC), Brake Assist (BA) and Smart Stop Technology (SST). Both have a highly-rated Multi-function Information Display and available dual-zone climate control. And that’s just the start.
Both are outstanding in abilities. With available TRD packages, CRAWL control, and high towing capacity, the Tacoma and 4Runner are working-class vehicles with high-class interiors. The Tacoma is also the recipient of 4×4 Of The Year for 2016 as awarded by Petersen’s 4Wheel and Offroad.
The Tacoma, rated with the best overall residual value, retains a remarkable 72.9 percent of its selling price after three years. And after five years, the residual value falls only slightly to 61.9 percent of its selling price. No other car or truck can say the same
The 4Runner isn’t far behind. With the highest rating among SUVs, the 4Runner holds 66.7 percent of its value after a full three years. And after five years, its residual is still over 60 percent!
With award-winning capabilities and the highest residual values, there’s no better time to get into a Toyota. Come see our wide selection at Jay Wolfe Toyota to find your new Tacoma or 4Runner.