The diesel powered Mini 1.4TD is the UK's slowest depreciating used car, according to a survey.
The supermini currently has an average trade in value of 63.2%.
EurotaxGlass's, publisher of Glass's guide made the find after analysing the residual values of three-year-old vehicles.
It is the second time the Mini has come top.
Second on the list is the Citroen C1 (61.2%) followed by the Ferrari F430 Coupe (60.9%) and Toyota Aygo (60.6%)
Worst performer was the Alfa Romeo 166 which retains just 12% of its value after three years.
The survey also discovered a three-year-old Rover 75 1.8T Contemporary SE with 37,000 miles on the clock had a list price of £22,700 yet its trade value today is only £3,300.