The Dodge Charger and Jeep Wrangler have earned 2018 ALG Residual Value Awards in the “Full-size Car” and “Off-road Utility” segments respectively. This is the fourth consecutive year that the Dodge Charger has received such honors, and, if memory serves correct, the Wrangler hasn’t done so since the 2012 awards.
ALG is the industry benchmark for residual values and depreciation data, and the ALG Residual Value Awards recognize vehicles and brands that stand out from the rest of the market by “representing quality, long-term reliability and strong desirability.” With the versatility of the Dodge Charger lineup, and all the excitement surrounding the all-new Jeep Wrangler, which was unveiled at the Los Angeles Auto Show this week, it’s fitting that these two vehicles earn such an award.
“Striking a delicate balance between traditional sedan and muscle car, the Dodge Charger represents the shifting trends in the full-size segment. A wide range of powertrain and comfort features ensures there is a perfect Charger for every personality. High performance teams up with high value as the Dodge Charger lands its fourth consecutive RVA,” said Jim Nguyen, President of ALG. “Jeep and off-road utility vehicles go hand in hand, so it’s no surprise to see the Wrangler take home the Residual Value Award for the Off-road Utility segment.”