Named three-year used cars that are more expensive than new
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In conditions of shortage, used cars lose little in price, and some of them, on the contrary, rise in price. A number of 3-year-old used cars are worth more than they were at the time of purchase at a dealership.
The semiconductor crisis has led to a shortage of cars and a significant increase in car prices. Sometimes there is a paradoxical situation – used cars are now more expensive than when buying at a car dealership. This is reported by the iSeeCars website.
This is exactly the situation that has now developed in the American market – a number of three-year-old models have not fallen in price, but, on the contrary, have increased in price. Moreover, we are not talking about collectible limited supercars, but rather mass models.
The 2019 Porsche 911 added the most in price. In the secondary market, the sports car is on average $11,373 (5.7%) more expensive than in the showroom three years ago. In second place is the Toyota RAV4 hybrid: it has risen in price by 2.5% ($883).
Used cars of 2019 that cost more than new ones:
- Porsche 911 – + 5.7% ($11,373);
- Toyota RAV4 Hybrid – +2.5% ($883);
- Jeep Wrangler Unlimited – +2.0% ($880);
- Porsche 718 Cayman – +1.8% ($1342);
- Jeep Wrangler – +0.3% ($90 ).
The most liquid cars aged 3 years:
- Mercedes-Benz G-Class – 0.6% loss ($980)
- Honda Civic – 1.4% ($352)
- Subaru XV/Crosstrek – 1.9% ($545)
- Toyota C-HR – 2.5% ($639)
- Porsche 718 Boxster – 2.5% ($1907)
- Toyota RAV4 – 2.6% ($843)
- Toyota Corolla – 3.4% ($846)
- Kia Rio – 3.5% ($631)
- Chevrolet Camaro – 3.5% ($1401)
- Tesla Model 3 – 4.1% ($20 12)