Nissan Rogue Wins ‘Best Retained Value’ from Edmunds.com

2013 Nissan RogueWith a retained value of 48.2% residual value after five years, the 2013 Nissan Rogue has been named an Edmunds.com 2013 Best Retained Value Award winner. The award recognizes vehicles and brands that have the highest projected residual value based on the Edmunds.com True Market Value price when sold new.

Jon Brancheau, VP of Marketing for Nissan North America stated, “The Rogue is one of Nissan’s best-selling vehicles, and value has always been part of this equation. Customers recognize that they’re getting lasting value from the Rogue’s combination of dramatic exterior style, breakthrough technology such as Class Exclusive Around View Monitor and interior utility, storage space and functionality. Earning this 2013 Best Retained Value Award accolade from Edmunds.com further solidifies Rogue’s place in a very competitive segment.”

Offering breakthrough available technology, emotion-evoking design, and the versatility drivers look for on an SUV, the 2013 Nissan Rogue shines at the top of its class. Utility is enhanced by the amount of storage offered, as well as a removable and washable tray that fits in the cargo area for wet and dirty gear or tools.

Nissan Maxima Shows Consistency with 2012 Best Residual Value Award

2012 Maxima ALGAs a major model for Nissan, the Maxima must deliver on a yearly basis to keep up as a top-notch vehicle.  For the fourth year in a row, Maxima delivered another homerun, earning the 2012 Best Residual Value Award.  Presented by the Automotive Lease Guide (ALG), an auto industry-leading expert on cars, the award is a testament to the quality of a vehicle and its ability to hold value.

The Maxima beat out the competition in the fullsize car category in holding value.  Maxima has been the winner in the fullsize class for four consecutive years now (2009, 2010, 2011, and 2012).  Four years is quite a feat for the Maxima to exhibit consistent design, performance, and quality.

ALG residual value is the highest percentage of the original purchase price that the vehicle will have after a three-year period.  ALG determines residual value by analyzing multiple factors including competing vehicles in the class, quality, resale performance, industry residual values, sales strategy, and more.  The ALG residual value is highly regarded in the auto world and is a major player in a buyer’s decision of buying a vehicle.

James Ceranti Nissan is proud to carry the Best Residual Value Award-winning Maxima. Come test drive one for yourself today!