The SUVs that are falling in price slower and faster than others have been named.

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Toyota Sequoia is the most profitable for resale

Experts from the Carscoops portal analyzed the rate at which full-size SUVs are falling in price on the secondary market and identified the best and worst models in this regard.

On average, over five years of use, full-size SUVs lose 51.9% of their original value. Coming in first place for value retention was the Toyota Sequoia, a Japanese SUV that, after five years, retains up to 61.7% of its original price and has fallen in price by 38.7%. The Mercedes-Benz G-Class took second place, falling 46.3% in value, and the Chevrolet Tahoe came in third, losing 47% in value over five years. The GMC Yukon and Chevrolet Suburban round out the top five: they fell in price by 50.9 and 51.9%, respectively.

The SUVs that are falling in price slower and faster than others have been named.

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Among the models with the worst liquidity, the Cadillac Escalade ESV stood out, which depreciated by 58.5% over five years. Next are the Infiniti QX80 (56.5%) and the regular Cadillac Escalade (55.7%), with the Nissan Armada also retaining only 44.3% of its original value after five years. Lincoln Navigator L has fallen in price by an average of 55.5% over five years.

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