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Title of lowest depreciating car is given to Toyota Land Cruiser

Toyota Motor Corporation developed its first generation Land Cruiser in 1951 and in the year 2011 celebrating its 60th anniversary it has proved to be the lowest depreciating SUV and has better value than others.

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The cost of owning a car depends on the value of its depreciation (the car’s decrease in value over time). The Japanese car maker managed to bring its Toyota Land Cruiser on top of the list of cars suffering the least depreciation.

Usually if a car maker is lagging with its sales then it tends to launch its anniversary special to bump up the sales a bit but Toyota had no need to do that. Land Cruiser’s performance, strength, reliability and durability have always influenced its reputation and popularity for which it has never been offered with any discounts and it also has a great resale value.

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