If you’re spending a lot of money on a luxury car, you might expect it to be worth more than its mainstream counterparts three or five years down the road -- but that’s not always the case. Some cars depreciate faster than others, and one of the tricks to getting the most for your money is to know which cars will be worth the most when it’s time to sell.
Kelley Blue Book studies vehicles' values and publishes an annual report called the Best Resale Value awards. The Best Resale Value Awards rank new vehicles within their classes based on their projected value at both 36 and 60 months out from the date of purchase. The following 10 luxury cars have the best ratings for resale values.