The National Automobile Dealers Association has revealed the results of their 2014 retention value report.

The National Automobile Dealers Association has revealed the results of their 2014 retention value report.

Designed to show how well new and heavily redesigned models hold their valve after one year, the report provides an interesting glimpse at how well cars will perform in the used car market.

This year's winner was the 2014 Corvette Stingray Coupe (1LT Automatic) which managed to maintain 84.7% of its MSRP after one year. It was followed closely by the Subaru Forester (i Premium AWD 2.5L H4) which keep 81.8% of its value. Rounding out the top five are the Toyota Highlander (LE 4WD 3.5L V6), the Toyota 4Runner (SR5 4WD 4.0L V6) and the Nissan Rogue (S AWD 2.5L I4).

At the other end of the spectrum, the clear loser was the Mitsubishi Mirage (DE 1.2L I3) which held just 54.5% of its MSRP after one year. Other notable duds were the Fiat 500L (Pop 1.4L I4 Turbo), the Kia Cadenza (Premium 3.3L V6), Chevrolet Impala (LS 2.5L I4) and Kia Forte Sedan (EX 2.0L I4).

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Corvette Stingray holds its value the best, Mitsubishi Mirage the worst