Toyota Still Has Detroit Beat on Car Resale Values

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The 2014 Lexus ES 350 was one of 11 Toyota products to win an award for high projected resale value. Photo credit: Toyota.

Kelley Blue Book has released its annual awards for the cars and trucks with the best projected resale values after five years. As usual, the big winner was Toyota . Toyota took home five of the 22 segment awards, and Toyota's luxury brand, Lexus, took six more.

That would seem to put Detroit's performance to shame -- but Detroit is making strides. In this video, Fool contributor John Rosevear looks at how Ford  and General Motors  fared in Kelley's rankings -- and at why every automaker wants to boost its resale values.

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