Subaru and Land Rover are taking home the 2019 Residual Value Awards from ALG in the mainstream and premium brand categories, respectively.
Subaru has now topped the mainstream category seven straight years, ALG said.
In addition to the brand categories, the RVAs recognized the 2019 model-year vehicles in 26 individual segments that are expected to retain the highest percentage of original MSRP after three years.
The awards will be presented at this week’s Automobility LA event.
“Strong residual values are the ultimate scorecard for the holistic health of a brand, showcasing the successful management of new-vehicle transaction prices and incentives against used-vehicle values and remarketing strategies,” ALG senior vice president Eric Lyman said in a news release.
“In this regard, Subaru and Land Rover continue to run the table against the competition, not only taking home the brand award, but nearly sweeping the segment awards across their vehicle line ups in the 2019 ALG Residual Value Awards.”
The full list of winners is as follows:
Premium: Land Rover
Electric: Jaguar I-Pace
Compact: Subaru Impreza
Compact Utility: Subaru Forester
Fullsize: Dodge Charger
Fullsize Commercial: Mercedes-Benz Sprinter
Fullsize Pickup: Toyota Tundra
Fullsize Utility: Toyota Sequoia
Midsize: Honda Accord
Midsize Commercial: Mercedes-Benz Metris
Midsize Pickup: Toyota Tacoma
Midsize Utility 2nd Row Seating: Subaru Outback
Midsize Utility 3rd Row Seating: Honda Pilot
Minivan: Honda Odyssey
Off-Road Utility: Jeep Wrangler
Premium Compact: Audi A3
Premium Compact Utility: Land Rover Discovery Sport
Premium Executive: Lexus LS
Premium Fullsize: Volvo V90
Premium Fullsize Utility: Land Rover Range Rover
Premium Midsize: Lexus RC
Premium Midsize Utility 2nd Row Seating: Land Rover Range Rover Sport
Premium Midsize Utility 3rd Row Seating: Land Rover Discovery
Premium Sportscar: Nissan GT-R
Sportscar Subaru WRX
Subcompact: Honda FIT
Subcompact Utility: Subaru Crosstrek