These are the vehicles people are holding onto the longest

Posted at 7:55 AM, Feb 05, 2019

Car repairs can be costly. That’s why a new report shows that people are holding onto older cars longer.

A new study claims car owners are saving cash by keeping their cars for more than 15 years instead of opting for a new vehicle. The study, conducted by iSeeCars , shows that the top cars kept for 15 years by their original owners are exclusively Japanese models, many of them Toyotas.

iSeeCars put out a list of the top 15 cars people tend to keep longer than average. The list below also shows the average price for newer models of the vehicles provided by U.S. News and World Report versus their prices 15 years ago, provided by Edmunds and Kelley Blue Book.

Toyota Highlander
New - Toyota Highlander LE starts at $31,300
15-years-old - $4,999
Toyota Prius
New - The basic price for a Prius is $23,475
15-years-old - $5,999
Toyota Sienna
New - A Toyota Sienna L has a suggested retail price of $30,745
15-years-old - $5,999
Honda Pilot
New - A base pilot starts at $31,450
15-years-old - $4,399
Toyota Tundra
New - The base price starts around $31,320
15-years-old - $6,999
Toyota Sequoia
New - Base price for a Sequoia starts at $48,700
15-years-old - $6,777
Toyota Tacoma
New - Toyota Tacoma SR has an MSRP of $25,550
15-years-old - $8,995
Honda Odyssey
New - The base model starts around $30,090
15-years-old - $3,950
Honda CR-V
New - The CR-V starts around $24,350
15-years-old - $2,950
Subaru Forester
New - A base model forester starts around $24,295
15-years-old - $5,991
Toyota RAV4
New - The base model starts at $25,500
15-years-old - $5,225
Toyota Camry
New - The price for a Camry starts at $23,845
15-years-old - $4,990 - $5,990
Acura MDX
New - The MDX has a MSRP of $44,300
15-years-old - $5,989
Toyota 4Runner
New - The 4Runner starts at $34,910
15-years-old - $9,995
Toyota Avalon
New - The Toyota Avalon has an MSRP starting at $34,695
15-years-old - $4,200