Residual value is something to consider when shopping for a new vehicle. Higher residual values mean lower monthly payments if you decide to lease the vehicle and better resale value if you decide to buy it. However, these are the minivans, pickups and SUVs with the lowest residual values for 2004 — that is, they're likely to depreciate the most during the ownership period. Below, we show the percentage of its original value that each vehicle is likely to retain after five years with an annual mileage of 15,000. Note that the residual value percentages are based on the national True Market Value® (TMV) price, plus typical options and destination charge.