Best & Worst Cities to Buy a Used Car
If you're in the market for a used car, the city you purchase
in may have an impact on the price.
According to Forbes, there can be quite a difference in car prices between US cities. For instance, cars sold in Miami, FL are nearly 7 percent less expensive than the national average, while used cars in Jackson, MS may make you fork over 9 percent more than the national average.
Here's a look at the top 10 most affordable and least affordable cities in the US when it comes to buying a used car, based on the national average transaction price.
10 Most Affordable Cities
|City||% Below National Average Price|
|New York, NY||-3.7%|
10 Least Affordable Cities
|City||% Above National Average Price|
|Little Rock, AR||5.8%|
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