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Jeep Wrangler tops list for high resale value

For several decades, Jeep has established a loyal and devoted following among drivers and has proved that it produces the greatest all-terrain vehicles on the market. No one sells more Jeeps in Nevada than the Chapman Automotive Group, and both Chapman Chrysler Jeep and Chapman Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram have a complete lineup of two newly awarded vehicles.

The Kelly Blue Book Best Resale Value Awards recently revealed the 2018 Jeep Wrangler came out on top as the Best Compact SUV/Crossover, while the 2018 Wrangler Unlimited also won as Best Mid-Size SUV/Crossover.

According to Kelly Blue Book, these two vehicles will have the highest projected resale values after an average of five years on the road. The 2018 Jeep Wrangler value is expected to remain highest in its class with a resale value of 60.3 percent at 36 months and 50.0 percent at 60 months. The 2018 Wrangler Unlimited has an even higher value in the midsize SUV category at 70.1 percent at 36 months and 58.1 percent at 60 months.

“I’m a lifelong Jeep owner, and I think the Wrangler holds its value so well compared to other SUVs because of its dependability,” said Gary Brewer, general manager of Chapman Chrysler Jeep. “The Wrangler is iconic and has stood the test of time, which is why the resale value remains high year after year.”

AAA recently performed a study, Your Driving Costs, that revealed the largest expense accompanying the purchase of a new car is depreciation. With the Jeep Wrangler, you won’t have to worry because not only will you be saving money over time, but you will be receiving a top-of-the-line off-road SUV with state-of-the-art technology and capabilities.

To test drive all 2018 Jeep models and for more information, visit any Chapman dealership in the valley and experience why Jeep has the strongest brand loyalty amongst drivers.

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