Average price of a new car ($45,031 in September 2021) is today higher than ever. Unfortunately for Those who want to save a few dollars by buying used, NS The average price of used cars will increase in 2021, and for a variety of reasons. In fact, according to a new study by iSeeCars.com, some lightweight used cars actually sell for more than when they were brand new on the showroom floor. Depending on the sticker price, an increase in cost versus new can add several thousand dollars to the transaction price.
Here’s the list, presented as a percentage of the car’s new sticker price:
|Transport||% Used more than new||$ Used more than new|
|Tesla Model Y||14.5%||$8,245|
|Honda Civic Hatchback||9.8%||$2,646|
|Tesla Model 3||9.2%||$4,563|
|Honda Civic Sedan||5.3%||$1,275|
At the top of the rankings is the Tesla Model Y, a surprising position due to number of price increases we’ve seen for Teslas over the past year. Cousins, Telluride and Palisade, sit in 8th and 14th place respectively with used buyers paying nearly $4,000 for stickers for the Telluride and just over $2,000 more for the Palisade. The new Civic is also raking in big bucks, as both sedans and hatchbacks make the list. Even so, we have the feeling that marked R-type excessively can be inflated by Hatchback additional average cost.
Yes, some of these vehicles are very popular these days authorized dealer to be charge more than their advertised sticker price. That means not all of these prices are apple vs apple comparisons. However, the old adage that a new car loses a large chunk of its value as soon as it’s pushed out of the lot doesn’t always seem to hold true.
Visit iSeeCars.com for full report, including commentary on each of the means and methods they used to create the list. And if you’re in the market for a new vehicle, that’s not all bad news: Here’s the list Biggest discounts on new cars in U.S.A.