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2006 Infiniti FX45
6-month value drop: $6,162
Est. private party value: $27,734
Mileage: 18 mpg Hwy, 14 mpg City

Like the BMW X5, used FX45's are getting hit by competition from Infiniti's recently introduced FX50. With a different-looking new version out there, used FX45 buyers can no longer pretend they just bought a brand-new vehicle.

The FX45 may also suffer from its unimpressive fuel economy figures. There are larger, roomier SUVs out there that go farther on a gallon

Nonetheless, FX45 buyers get sharp-looking design and an engaging driving experience.

Note: An earlier version of this story displayed "cash value" amounts that did not reflect what people would pay for the vehicles. We have now changed these to "person-to-person" transaction prices. Dealership asking prices will still usually be much higher.

Note: An earlier version of this story displayed "cash value" amounts that did not reflect what people would actually pay for the cars. We are now showing "person-to-person" transaction prices. Dealership asking prices will usually be much higher.

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Last updated August 01 2008: 9:45 AM ET
Based on information from Kelley Blue Book, an earlier version of this story displayed "cash value" amounts that did not accurately reflect what people would actually pay for the vehicles. We are now showing "person-to-person" transaction prices based on KBB data. Dealership asking prices will usually be much higher.
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