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Number 9: Ford F-150

Average 5-year depreciation: 46.5%

You may be surprised to see the Ford F-Series in last place in resale value considering that it's first-place in sales. But that's actually a key reason for its higher-than-average depreciation, according to Ly.

“The Ford F-150 is the best-selling pickup, so it depreciates more than the average truck because there are so many of them in the used car marketplace,” said Ly. That said, it's not all bad news. “Although the F-150 is the highest-depreciating truck with a depreciation of 46.9 percent, it still depreciates less than the average vehicle across all segments at 49.6 percent.”

It's also worth remembering that 2014 was the final year of the fully steel-bodied Ford F-150. The truck switched to aluminum bodywork for the 2015 model year, losing weight and gaining efficiency in the process.

Pickup trucks ranked from worst to first in resale value

We rank all pickup trucks from worst to first in resale value. Find out which trucks depreciate the most and the least.