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Best Resale Values 2015

Best Resale Values 2015

Here is a list of cars with best resale values according to Forbes.

  1. Toyota FJ Cruiser: 91% Value Retained
  2. Toyota Tacoma: 76% Value Retained 
  3. Toyota 4Runner: 72% Value Retained 
  4. Ram 3500: 66% Value Retained 
  5. Subaru Impreza: 65.7% Value Retained 
  6. Toyota Tundra: 65.3% Value Retained 
  7. Subaru Forester: 64.7% Value Retained 
  8. Toyota Highlander: 64.7 Value Retained 
  9. Toyota Sequioa: 63.7% Value Retained 

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Best Resale Values 2015

Here is a list of cars with best resale values according to Forbes.

  1. Toyota FJ Cruiser: 91% Value Retained
  2. Toyota Tacoma: 76% Value Retained 
  3. Toyota 4Runner: 72% Value Retained 
  4. Ram 3500: 66% Value Retained 
  5. Subaru Impreza: 65.7% Value Retained 
  6. Toyota Tundra: 65.3% Value Retained 
  7. Subaru Forester: 64.7% Value Retained 
  8. Toyota Highlander: 64.7 Value Retained 
  9. Toyota Sequioa: 63.7% Value Retained 
  10. Honda Ridgeline: 62.5% Value Retained 

Can you say Toyota?

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Consumer Reports Takes Tesla Off Reliability

Consumer Reports Takes Tesla Off Reliability

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Consumer Reports took off Tesla from reliability tests because of complaints with charging, noises, and other complaints with the car. It was on top earlier this year from Consumer Reports but since this report came up, Tesla shares went down 10%.

I have recently…

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Consumer Reports Takes Tesla Off Reliability

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Consumer Reports took off Tesla from reliability tests because of complaints with charging, noises, and other complaints with the car. It was on top earlier this year from Consumer Reports but since this report came up, Tesla shares went down 10%.

I have recently studied Tesla’s marketing and how they have been dubbed as the “Apple Store” of the auto industry. They have been doing very well and shares have been going up for the company. But a nearly maintenance free vehicle, how can you fix it if it breaks down? Can you go to a trusted mechanic? The answer is, nope, they most likely need to be trained by Tesla, how can you get those electric motors fixed?

It’ll be a while until electric cars can go to a trusted mechanic, in my opinion, it’s more like going to a trusted “electrician”.For now I’ll stick with Hybrids and Gas engine cars. Tesla is also having charging issues from customer complaints and charging stations are still being made around the country.

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