It seems like there are some SUVs that hold their value much better than others, managing to avoid the depreciation that plagues almost every new vehicle in the first few years after it rolls off the lot. It's not an easy trick to pull off, and it typically indicates that the vehicle in question has a strong, dedicated audience of buyers that pick one up and hold on to it as long as they can before trading it in for the same model. This keeps second-hand models scarce. Other key factors in keeping resale value high include a good reputation for reliability, and SUV models that have only recently hit the scene and are in high demand (again, making used options hard to find).
Let's take a quick look at 10 SUVs that hold their value.