Used Cars For Sale at Bargain Prices Still Provides Value For Money

By on Feb 22, 2014 in Automobile, Business Comments

Are you planning to buy used cars but are not sure what model to get?

Used cars are usually for sale with a bargain price tag. The price of these used cars gets even lower as it gets older.

Though some used cars dropped their prices significantly, it does not mean that their features also quickly deteriorates. There are used cars model however that are still worth buying even though they are already being sold at a bargain cost.

Reviews and consumer surveys are some of the best used cars guide that can help customers select the right model.

The recent 2014 U.S. Dependability Survey conducted by J.D. Power can also serve as one of the best guides in determining the best used cars in the market.

Below are some of the best bargain used cars with their estimated sale prices as listed by Forbes.

  • Acura TL – 2011 models: $23,300.
  • Buick LaCrosse – 2011 models: $16,900-$23,200.
  • Buick Lucerne
  • Cadillac CTS Sedan – 2011 models: $21,102-$42,504.
  • Cadillac DTS – 2011 models: $28,200
  • GMC Sierra – 2011 models: $15,450-$28,000.
  • Chevrolet Volt – 2011 models: $21,400.
  • Ford Focus – 2011 models: $10,750-$13,200.
  • Ford Ranger – 2011 models: $11,900-$20,100.
  • Honda Accord Crosstour – 2011 models: $16,800-$19,150.
  • Honda Civic – 2011 models: $10,350-$17,750.
  • Lexus GS – 2011 models: $32,200-$36,700.
  • Lexus LS – 2011 models: $39,200-$44,100.
  • Lexus RX – 2011 models: $31,400.
  • Lincoln MKS – 2011 models: $20,900-$27,300.
  • Lincoln MKZ – 2011 models: $17,200.
  • Mercedes-Benz GL-Class – 2011 models: $39,800-$51,400.
  • Nissan Murano – 2011 models: $18,900.
  • Toyota Avalon – 2011 models: $21,900-$23,200.
  • Toyota Tundra – 2011 models: $20,000-$39,300.


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