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10 Biggest Used Car Price Drops

May 30, 2013

As with everything that's for sale, prices can fluctuate. And when it comes to used cars, those prices can fluctuate by a great deal. According to Cars.com, late-model used car prices saw a dip in May, putting them at the lowest average price so far this year.

On the list of the top 10 price drops are the Lexus ES 350 (8% drop), Kia Sedona (7% drop), and Mercedes-Benz S-Class (4% drop). On the flipside, there's also some late-model used cars that have gone up in price, such as the Ram 2500 (up 4%) and GMC Canyon (up 3%). Below is a look at the top 10 price increases and decreases on used cars.

10 Biggest Price Drops

VehicleMay Average PriceDifference from Apr.% Change
Lexus ES 350$30,735-$2,682-8%
Kia Sedona$18,478-$1,321-7%
Mercedes-Benz S-Class$77,335-$3,262-4%
Buick Lucerne$20,781-$820-4%
Land Rover Range Rover$67,747-$1,826-3%
Lexus LS 460$50,967-$1,511-3%
GMC Acadia$28,833-$777-3%
Lexus HS 250h$27,425-$713-3%
Chevrolet Traverse$24,041-$685-3%
Chevrolet Sonic$14,684-$471-3%

10 Biggest Price Increases

VehicleMay Average PriceDifference from Apr.% Change
Ram 2500$42,658$1,5494%
GMC Canyon$22,356$6923%
Porsche 911$104,463$2,2452%
Porsche Panamera$84,607$1,8032%
Infiniti QX56$47,315$1,0122%
GMC Sierra 2500$38,445$8712%
Dodge Charger$24,648$5622%
Jeep Patriot$17,347$3872%
Mitsubishi Lancer$17,269$3552%
Chrysler Sebring$14,857$3122%

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