After an honorable mention last year, today Edmunds.com has announced Acura as the top luxury brand winner in its 2012 Best Retained Value® Awards. In its second year, the awards aim to recognize brands and individual models that have the highest projected resale value after five years according to Edmunds’ data.
“Edmunds.com found that Honda’s average projected retained value after five years is 47.9%, while Acura’s average projected retained value is 44.6%.”
The Acura MDX took top spot in the SUV Over $45,000 segment, while the Acura TL and TSX are honorable mentions in the Sedan $30K-$40K segment.
“Honda has long had a reputation for dependable used vehicles, and that is reflected in today’s booming used car market, “ said Joe Spina, Director of Remarketing at Edmunds.com. “And with Acura beating out all other luxury brands, Honda’s family of vehicles continues to expand the company’s status as one of the best values available to car buyers today. “
This is Acura’s first time as the Luxury brand winner and Honda’s second consecutive win in the Non-Luxury division.
Visit Edmunds.com for more information or click here for the press release.
The link is sending me to the 2011 awards. Can you forward us to the 2012 awards?
Link for 2012.
Yeah sorry, I linked to the 2011 report by mistake. Links have been updated, thanks for the heads up.