Check out all the individual winners in nearly 30 categories.
The auto industry analysts at ALG name Subaru and Lexus as the top brands in the company's 21st Annual ALG Residual Value Awards. The group also identifies the vehicles in a variety of categories that it projects to retain the highest percentage of their original price in three years. Subaru has the most segment awards this year by taking four of the honors.
Gallery: 2021 Lexus IS
ALG determines the winners by looking at "used vehicle performance, brand outlook, and product competitiveness." Automakers must have products in at least four of the analyst's categories to be eligible for an award.
“Residual values are a key indicator of an automaker’s success and really help determine the overall health of a brand or certain model,” said Eric Lyman, Chief Industry Analyst at ALG, a subsidiary of TrueCar.
If you're curious about all the categories and its winners, check out the bullet points below.
- Compact: Subaru Impreza
- Compact Utility: Subaru Forester
- Fullsize: Dodge Charger
- Fullsize Commercial Van Mercedes-Benz Sprinter
- Fullsize Pickup: Chevrolet Silverado HD
- Fullsize Utility: Chevrolet Tahoe
- Mainstream Electric: Kia Niro EV
- Micro Utility: Mazda CX-3
- Midsize: Hyundai Sonata
- Midsize Commercial Van: Mercedes-Benz Metris
- Midsize Pickup: Toyota Tacoma
- Midsize Utility 2-Row Seating: Honda Passport
- Midsize Utility 3-Row Seating: Toyota Highlander
- Minivan: Honda Odyssey
- Off-Road Utility: Jeep Wrangler
- Premium Compact: BMW 2 Series
- Premium Compact Utility: Porsche Macan
- Premium Electric: Tesla Model Y
- Premium Executive: Lexus LS
- Premium Fullsize: Audi A6 Allroad
- Premium Fullsize Utility: Cadillac Escalade
- Premium Midsize: Lexus IS
- Premium Midsize Utility 2-Row Seating: Lexus RX
- Premium Midsize Utility 3-Row Seating: Land Rover Discovery
- Premium Sportscar: Chevrolet Corvette
- Premium Subcompact Utility: Audi Q3
- Sportscar: Subaru WRX
- Subcompact: Mini Cooper
- Subcompact Utility: Subaru Crosstrek