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Worth this percent of its original value after 5 years: 27 (2012 data)
The Nissan Armada hasn't changed in any significant way since 2004, and even though there aren't a lot of fresh designs in this class of large SUVs, it shows. Truck shoppers who intend to tow heavy loads, carry a large family, and occasionally tread off-road might not wince too much at the Armada's EPA fuel economy ratings (as low as 12 mpg city, 18 highway), but its low projected resale value is part and parcel.
Suzuki Grand Vitara
Worth this percent of its original value after 5 years: 28
While the crossover segment in general has surged, and they're the single segment of the market with the best resale value, the 2013 Suzuki Grand Vitara might just be the exception. Factor in that Suzuki is no longer selling new cars or trucks here in the U.S. after what's here now for the 2013 model year (the company will stay to sell motorcycles, ATVs, and the like), and this is going to be a tough vehicle to sell in five years.
2013 Suzuki Grand VitaraEnlarge Photo