- Car dealers are facing a supply crunch that’s sent used-car prices through the roof.
- Some 2019 and 2020 cars are now cheaper to buy new, an analysis from iSeeCars found.
- The Kia Telluride costs $3,564 more to buy used than new, the analysis found.
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Skipping a brand-new car for one that’s lightly used has always been the most wallet-friendly way to buy a car. Not anymore.
In the strange and sometimes utterly backward-seeming times we’re living in, it’s actually cheaper to buy some cars new rather than secondhand. A recent analysis from the automotive-research site iSeeCars.com identified 16 such vehicles, some of which cost thousands more to buy used.