Used sedans, SUVs, and muscle cars are hot.
New car sales have most decidedly taken a hit during the coronavirus pandemic. However, people are still shopping, and while it’s extremely hard to track used-car sales, monitoring average prices is a bit easier. That’s what iSeeCars did in its latest study on the U.S. automotive market, and it looks like overall demand for used cars is strong.
Taking a deeper dive, the study analyzed close to one million used-car sales during July and August and uncovered which vehicles are more popular than others. Overall used-car prices increased approximately four percent in August as compared to July, but the vehicles featured in this top-ten list saw prices jump even further – in some cases, more than double the average.
Yes, that means you’ll likely pay more for these vehicles if you want one. However, if