Mitsubishi Mirage ranks bottom.
If you bought a 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray last year (last year being 2014 in case you’d forgotten), then congratulations. You have a damn fine ride. It’s unlikely you’ll want to get rid of it already (unless of course you’re thinking of upgrading to the Z06), but if you are then according to the National Automobile Dealers Association, you shouldn’t lose too much money on it.
In its 2014 retention value report, which shows how well new and facelifted models hold their value after one year, the NADA revealed the 2014 Stingray Coupe (1LT Automatic) came out on top, maintaining 84.7% of its MSRP after one year. The Subaru Forester came next with 81.8%, followed by the Toyota Highlander, Toyota 4Runner and Nissan Rogue. The NADA’s report also listed cars that didn’t perform so well with the Mitsubishi Mirage finishing last with 54.5% of its MSRP. Other failures include the Fiat 500L, Kia Cadenza, Chevrolet Impala, and Kia Forte Sedan.