10 Best Late Model Used Cars
If you're wanting the benefits and features of a new car, but don't want to spend so much money, your best bet is buying a 3 year old used car. This is because a lot depreciation occurs in those first 3 years, giving you a great bang for the buck when buying used.
This week, Consumer Reports picked their list of used 2015-model year vehicles you should consider. This is based on a mix of their annual reliability surveys and road tests.
Check out the list below if you're wanting the features and styling of a new car, but want to pay about half the price.
Top 10 Best Used 2015 Vehicles
|Vehicle||Used Price Range|
|2015 Scion xB||$13,775 - $14,200|
|2015 Honda Accord||$15,100 - $22,275|
|2015 Toyota Prius||$15,850 - $18,000|
|2015 Mazda CX-5||$14,725 - $19,825|
|2015 Lincoln MKZ||$17,850 - $24,700|
|2015 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport||$16,100 - $22,125|
|2015 Infiniti Q70||$29,050 - $33,800|
|2015 Toyota Highlander||$22,050 - $32,200|
|2015 Mercedes-Benz E350||$29,050 - $33,800|
|2015 Lexus RX 350||$27,275 - $32,500|
My Recommendation for Car ShoppersTrueCar No-Haggle, CarsDirect, and NADAGuides are the quickest way to see the lowest car prices in your area. These sites show you no-haggle prices from dealers closest to you - and the deals are usually really good. This should be the first step you take when negotiating your car price. Follow this up with my checklist to make sure you squeeze out every last bit of savings.
- Gregg Fidan
Each week, I'll keep you up-to-date on the latest car deals and news that might affect your purchase. This includes...
- Best Rebates, Incentives, and Lease Deals
- Latest Car Buying Scams and Tricks
- The Best & Worst Time to Buy a Car
- Which Cars You Should Avoid