Every year, Kelley Blue Book’s KBB.com releases their list for the Top 10 2015 Best Resale Value Awards and we are excited that this year the vehicle toping their list is none other than the 2015 Toyota Tacoma. While we love the Tacoma, and think it’s always a great buy, we are surprised that it would be ranked so high the year before a major redesign.
Kelley Blue Book looks at the vehicles’ predicted resale values after 5 years and after 3 years. Every vehicle on the top 10 list this year will maintain over half of its resale value after 5 years of ownership, but the 2015 Toyota Tacoma is predicted to retain much more.
After 3 years of ownership, the 2015 Tacoma is expected to maintain 74.9% of its value. This means that if you paid the starting MSRP of $20,765 this year, by 2018, your Tacoma would still be worth $15,552.99. After 5 years, so by 2020, your Tacoma would retain 60.4% of its value and be worth $12,542.06. This is really impressive considering that the average car normally retains only about 40% of its value after a five-year period. So, if you’re looking to make an investment into your future, why not stop by Haddad Toyota today to check out the all-new 2015 Toyota Tacoma, KBB.com’s winner of the 2015 Best Resale Value Award.
Small and Mighty – the 2015 Toyota Tacoma hits all the right notes. With an available V6 engine, and a comfortable interior, the 2015 Tacoma is ready for any adventure you are ready to go on. Ranked as the Best Compact Truck for the Monday by U.S. News & World Report for 2014, the Tacoma comes with upgrade technology, such as a 6.1-inch touch-screen display, MP3 capabilities, USB ports, and Bluetooth® phone and music streaming. It’s got everything that the technophile, truck lover could ever need, at a great price. In fact, the 2014 Toyota Tacoma was named a 2014 Excellent Value and the 2014 Most Award Pick-up by IntelliChoice. But this isn’t everything that sets the Tacoma a step ahead of its competition. It’s the little things that make it stand out.
When compared to the competition, the Tacoma’s great interior and exterior features shine even more. For starters, the Toyota Tacoma comes with standard power mirrors and is the only compact pick-up to have this feature, standard. Not only is the Tacoma the only one with standard power mirrors on its lowest trim level, but the Toyota Tacoma Double Cab also comes with standard power locks, something that the 2015 Toyota Tacoma Competition woefully lacks. Shouldn’t these features be standard on all trucks?
If you agree with us and if you’re in the market for a new pick-up, then stop by Haddad Toyota today. The 2015 Toyota Tacoma won’t disappoint.