Edmunds analysts say today's used cars have more added options than ever, meaning shoppers can get new car tech for a used car price
Our Industry Insights team issued its Q2 2019 Used Vehicle Report on September 10, which reveals that shoppers feeling the pinch from rising new car prices could find more ways to stretch their dollars by turning to the used car market. In the second quarter of this year, car shoppers could have saved $14,443 on average if they purchased a 3-year-old used vehicle instead of its new equivalent. This is the largest average price gap between 3-year-old used and new vehicles that Edmunds has on record for the second quarter.
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