Tesla has been releasing electric cars since the Model S in 2012. While its cars are considered to be the best in many aspects, how much do they cost in the resale market? Here’s what we know about the Tesla Model S, 3, X, Y resale values.

The Tesla Model 3 tops the list with 69.3 percent resale value, according to Kelley Blue Book, in a span of three years. According to Teslarati, people are willing to wait for this vehicle and “crave” owning one. Aside from its quality as a sedan, its energy source gives the users a glimpse into the future as the car mostly relies on electricity to operate itself.

According to German site Schwacke, a 2015-2016 Model S that has a mileage of 60,000 kilometers still has a 60 percent residual value. It ranks first, overtaking the Porsche Panamera and Audi A8 with the same timespan before reselling.

The Tesla Model S has the second best resale value. So far, the Model S is known for its uniqueness as it is an electric car that also comes with many features that boosts its versatility and security.

Moreover, the company is also pushing out downloadable upgrades for each car, giving owners the freedom not to bring the vehicle to the dealership or shops to install add-ons.

Meanwhile, the Model X has a 56.7 percent resale value in three years due to the car’s quality and unique energy source. This Tesla SUV may not have taken the American SUV market’s top spot, but it sure is a good vehicle to pick when you’re planning to resell the vehicle.

Lastly, the Model Y takes last place as it hasn’t even been released yet and is slated for release later this year. If it truly follows the designs of the Model 3 and Model X as a crossover SUV, this new vehicle is definitely going to be worth a lot of resale value.