For both new car and used car sales.

Whether you are looking for a used or a brand new car these days, you might find some good deals as dealers are making extra efforts to keep the business alive in the coronavirus era. Demand for second-hand cars seems pretty strong and surprisingly, on the new car scene, the more expensive cars sell quicker than the more affordable ones.

How do we know that? A new study by iSeeCars analyzes more than 1.2 million new and used cars sold in January 2021 and ranks them by the average days required for each model to be sold. The 20 fastest-selling new cars span from $24,241 to $100,643 with the average price being $41,982. In turn, the average new car price in the United States for 2021 is $37,157.

Here’s the Top 20 list of fastest-selling new cars in January 2021:

Top 20 Fastest-Selling New Vehicles in January 2021 - iSeeCars Study
Rank Vehicle Days to Sell (Avg.) Average Price
1 Chevrolet Corvette 10.0 $84,689
2 Lexus IS 350 10.9 $48,013
3 Genesis GV80 14.4 $64,624
4 Lexus RX 450h 16.1 $58,271
5 Kia Telluride 17.2 $42,991
6 Mercedes-Benz GLS 18.3 $100,643
7 Lexus LX 570 18.7 $98,195
8 Toyota Sienna 19.1 $42,817
9 Toyota Tacoma 19.1 $37,129
10 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid 19.3 $35,105
11 Lexus IS 300 19.3 $42,490
12 Genesis G80 20.3 $59,464
13 Lexus GX 460 20.9 $59,615
14 Ford Bronco Sport 21.7 $31,743
15 Toyota 4Runner 21.7 $44,564
16 Toyota RAV4 21.9 $30,729
17 Mercedes-Benz GLE 22.2 $75,830
18 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 22.2 $53,879
19 Toyota C-HR 23.3 $24,241
20 Subaru Forester 23.6 $31,673
Average for All New Vehicles 46.2 $37,157

As you can see, the fastest-selling vehicle in the country is the Chevrolet Corvette which needs just 10 days to sell on average. The study finds that the average price for the supercar is $84,689 and that’s more than double the average new car price in the United States. The most expensive car on the list is the Mercedes-Benz GLS with an average price tag of $100,643 but even the luxury SUV needs just 18.3 days on average to sell.

Interestingly, the trend is similar in the used car market where the average price of the 20 fastest-selling cars is $26,146. The fastest-selling model is the Hyundai Palisade with an average price of $39,551 and 26.2 days on average before someone signs on the dotted line. See the full list below.

Top 20 Fastest-Selling Used Vehicles in January 2021- iSeeCars Study
Rank Vehicle Days to Sell (Avg.) Average Price
1 Hyundai Palisade 26.2 $39,551
2 Lexus NX 300 26.5 $31,271
3 Chevrolet Corvette 26.6 $67,308
4 Lexus RX 450h 26.7 $41,520
5 Lexus LX 570 26.9 $70,987
6 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 27.3 $54,503
7 Kia Telluride 28.3 $39,685
8 Toyota 4Runner 28.7 $35,078
9 Mercedes-Benz G-Class 28.7 $137,073
10 Porsche 911 29.5 $126,892
11 Mazda MX-5 Miata 30.3 $21,408
12 Kia Stinger 30.4 $30,220
13 Jeep Compass 30.4 $19,127
14 Land Rover Range Rover Velar 30.4 $51,657
15 BMW X6 30.4 $43,795
16 BMW 4 Series 30.8 $37,434
17 Jeep Wrangler 31.0 $29,542
18 Lexus RX 350 31.1 $36,089
19 Honda Insight 31.5 $20,573
20 Tesla Model X 31.6 $66,361
Average for All Used Vehicles 38.9 $26,146

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