With sales booming across the new vehicle market, cialis it’s not really easy to understand why great deals in the used-car market are so few and scarce, pilule with industry experts reporting the first quarter of the year saw prices going up by 7.1 percent.
The new record average has reached $18, try 088 per vehicle, which is still a notch down from the national average for new units – reported by Kelley Blue Book at $33,500. But if you’re a real bargain hunter, you could find a good quality car – let’s say three years old – retailing for less than the average. And sometimes it would even be a luxury car. So, here’s a small list of options to consider if you’re looking for a used premium car or crossover, costing less than $22,000.
Starting at the bottom, we find the Lincoln MKZ, with NADA used retail price for the 2012 model year at $18,300 – way off from the original price of $34,755. Up the ladder we can take for a spin the 2012 Audi A3, with NADA’s used retail price at $19,075 (original $27,270) and the hatchback body, which has been changed now into a sedan in the US. Sporty thrill seekers might want to take a look at the BMW 128i Coupe, which can be had for $20,125, down from the original sticker of $31,200 and brings a 230 horsepower six-cylinder engine. Family heads could look the way of the Cadillac CTS Wagon, with the NADA used 2012 retail price at $20,925 (original $39,015). The best way to secure a premium crossover is to head towards the Land Rover LR2 (Freelander in other markets), which comes down to a Nada retail price for a 2012 model year of $21,650, a long way down from the automaker’s calling for $35,700.