Top 7 Cars Owners Are Most Likely to Sell After a Year

On average, every 1 in 37 Americans bought a new car and sold it one year later. About 1 in 9 2014 Buick Regal owners dumped their car 12 months after signing on the dotted line. That’s based on research by It analyzed 5 million new 2014 model year cars sold between September 2013 and March 2014, then checked back one year later to see what percentage of those cars were sold as used with 10,000 to 15,000 miles on the odometer. RELATED: See More Photos of the 2014 Buick Regal The surprising thing is the Buick Regal’s not a bad car - at least not bad enough that I could imagine one in 10 owners proclaiming, “I have to get this thing out of my driveway - screw the depreciation.” That’s more than 2,200 owners who took a 28% hit in the car's value just to be done with it. Following the Regal on the list was the Chevrolet Sonic. About 1 in 11 owners dump it after a year. Sure, it has a top safety rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety but that doesn’t mean it’s not awful. RELATED: Nobody Would Sell a Buick Regal Grand National Some of the other vehicles on the list are surprising, including the number 3 spot BMW X1 - a fun, little crossover that is more fun to drive than an X3 or X5. (I can hear the trolls hating me already but that's my opinion.) But the biggest surprise may be the 2014 Dodge Charger at No. 4. I’m just going to assume that represents huge regret after buying the V6 version. Here's the full list: 1. Buick Regal 2. Chevrolet Sonic 3. BMW X1 4. Dodge Charger 5. Mercedes-Benz C-Class 6. Chevrolet Cruze 7. Nissan Frontier ____________________________________ Click Here to Read the Original Article on BoldRide