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Best Deals on Used Family Sedans
August 8, 2013If you're in the market for a used car that will fit the entire family in comfort and safety, then you're in luck -- right now a number of vehicles meet these requirements AND are great values.
Consumer Reports has the full low-down on these family sedans from 2009-2011 that offer good fuel economy, safety, and comfort at a great price. On the list are the likes of the Honda Accord, Ford Fusion, Toyota Camry and Nissan Altima.
Check out the full list below:
|Vehicle||Avg. Buying Price From Dealer||Avg. Drop in Retail Value vs. MSRP|
|2009 Mercury Milan||$11,058||54%|
|2009 Ford Fusion||$11,854||47%|
|2010 Mercury Milan||$14,469||43%|
|2009 Nissan Altima||$14,525||40%|
|2009 Toyota Camry||$14,894||39%|
|2009 Toyota Prius||$15,125||35%|
|2009 Honda Accord||$15,598||39%|
|2010 Ford Fusion||$16,007||36%|
|2011 Mercury Milan||$16,038||38%|
|2010 Nissan Altima||$16,125||32%|
|2010 Toyota Camry||$16,859||31%|
|2010 Honda Accord||$17,488||32%|
|2011 Ford Fusion||$17,504||31%|
|2011 Nissan Altima||$17,532||27%|
|2011 Toyota Camry||$18,800||25%|
|2010 Toyota Prius||$18,850||17%|
|2011 Honda Accord||$18,932||26%|
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