2019 Model Year Depreciation Charts Now Available

By Jeremy Hepler (UsedFirst.com Founder) | Posted on March 13th, 2019 | Last Updated on March 13th, 2019
By Jeremy Hepler (UsedFirst.com Founder)
Posted on March 13th, 2019. Last Updated on March 13th, 2019.

Using our largest and best data quality sets yet, we were able to produce depreciation charts for a whopping 206 models this year so far. That's up from 182 last year. There were a total of 42 new models (listed below) with 18 that were either discontinued, or do not yet have enough sales and listings data for 2019. For now, we are re-directing the not-enough-data ones to archived versions of the 2018 curves. 

Hats off to Subaru who has overtaken Toyota for the top spot in our 5-year value-retention rankings as featured on the home page.

In fact, Subaru took over the 3-year rankings as well by a very slim margin. On the luxury side, Lexus takes this year's crown for the 5-year rankings.  We also welcome Tesla to the top 6 in their first year on the site with the Model S having been available since 2012. Click here for a complete list of the rankings. Here are the 42 models that are new to the site this year: 

Acura ILX

Acura RLX

Audi A7

Audi S4

Audi SQ5

BMW i3

BMW M5

BMW X1

BMW Z4

Buick Encore

Cadillac XTS

Chevrolet Express

Chevrolet Sonic

Chevrolet Spark

FIAT 500

FIAT 500e

FIAT 500L

Ford Fusion Energi

Honda Accord Hybrid

Honda Ridgeline

Hyundai Elantra GT

Hyundai Veloster

INFINITI Q50

INFINITI Q70

INFINITI QX50

INFINITI QX60

INFINITI QX80

Jaguar F-TYPE

Jeep Cherokee

Kia Cadenza

Land Rover Range Rover Evoque

Lexus ES 300h

Mazda CX-5

Mercedes-Benz Sprinter

Mitsubishi Mirage

Nissan NV200

Nissan Versa Note

Subaru BRZ

Tesla Model S

Toyota Avalon Hybrid

Toyota Prius c

Volkswagen Beetle

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