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7 Top Autos With Top Resale Values

2013 Audi Q7 2013 Audi Q7: Best resale value for Premium Midsize SUV

If you’re shopping for a great deal on a brand new car you might not be real concerned with resale value but it’s very important if you plan to sell the car one day and even more so if you are looking to lease a car. Thankfully Forbes Magazine has put together a list of the 25 cars with the highest resale values relying on recommendations from the valuation experts at ALG.

The manufacturer with the most vehicles on ALG’s list was Toyota with eight awards for the best vehicle in a category including top midsize and top fullsize pickup. Honda and Audi tied for second place on the list with three models each, and Chevrolet picked up awards for the Camaro for top sportscar and Corvette for best premium sportscar. Luxury cars making the list were the Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class, Audi A5 and A6 and Porsche Panamera.

Premium Midsize Utility Vehicle – 3 Row: Audi Q7 – Featuring Audi's 8-speed Tiptronic transmission and quattro all-wheel drive and a choice of three different engines. Several trim levels are available and the Q7 is both an NHTSA 5-star crash-test rated vehicle and an IIHS "Top Safety Pick".

Premium Full-Size Utility Vehicle: Toyota Land Cruiser – The Land Cruiser offers 381-horsepower with a 5.7L V8 engine, full-time 4-wheel drive, and a towing capacity of up to 8,500 pounds. It even runs on regular unleaded, which is rare for an upscale vehicle.

Premium Executive Car: Porsche Panamera – With Porsche performance in a four seater, the Panamera offers superior handling and acceleration to any other sedan on the road. The rear seats fold down to expand cargo space to 45 cubic feet. Options include a rear seat cooler in the console, complete with Porsche drinking glasses.

Midsize Utility Vehicle – 3 Row: Toyota Highlander – Seating for seven adults, IIHS top safety pick, and up to 5,000 pound towing capacity, the Highlander offers a great balance of performance and efficiency.

Subcompact Utility Vehicle: Kia Soul – The Soul is one of the most customizable cars on the market with 60 available accessories.  With handling more like a car than a van, the Soul has a spacious interior and great fuel economy.

Full-Size Car: Toyota Avalon – Completely redesigned for 2013, the Toyota Avalon is a great entry level luxury car with a lot of interior space and a powerful V6 engine as well as a hybrid option.

Midsize Car: Honda Accord – The Honda Accord has been one of the best-selling autos in the U.S. for many years. The sedan is offered in seven different trims that offer options ranging from a step up from economy to a less expensive luxury option.

For the rest of the list check out the full article and slideshow on Forbes.com. All 24 categories and best used-car value cars are listed.  To find a great deal on a new car before the year end 2013 come let Autobuying101.com help you compare pricing from local dealers and get the car you want.