A number of factors, from greedy dealer markups to super-low inventory numbers to increased demand, have sent automotive prices into the stratosphere. Despite those high prices and a used-car price increase of 10.5 percent on average, buyers are still snatching up vehicles left and right. You might be surprised by some of the top selling choices in June.
This new report comes from iseecars.com and highlights top sellers in both the new and used car market. As gas prices continue to soar it will come as no surprise that electric vehicles and fuel-efficient internal combustion vehicles are taking the lead on each of these lists.
At the top of the list for new vehicles is the Subaru Crosstrek, which took an average of just 12.9 days to sell from the day it landed on the dealer lot. Second place went to the Honda Civic which took more than a full day longer at 14.1 days. Third place ended in a tie between the Subaru Forester and the Honda CR-V, which both took 14.7 days.
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|Top 20 Fastest-Selling New Vehicles In June 2022 – iSeeCars Study|
|Rank||vehicle||Average Days To Sell||Average Price|
|1||subaru cross trek||12.9||$30,299|
|10||hyundai tucson hybrid||22.3||$36,371|
|13||Toyota RAV4 Hybrid||23.7||$36,767|
|fifteen||Jeep Wrangler Unlimited||24.1||$55,043|
|19||Jeep Wrangler Unlimited (Hybrid)||25.9||$62,731|
|Average For All New Vehicles||37.2||$42,706|
Six of the top 10 vehicles are SUVs while just three, the Subaru Impreza, Honda Civic, and the Kia Forte, are sedans. According to the study, the average cost of a new vehicle in June was $42,706. Interestingly, the average price of a used vehicle sold in the same month was less than $10,000 cheaper, at $34,629.
Leading that list is the Tesla Model Y, which spent an average of just 24.9 days on dealer lots before someone snatched it up. The Toyota Prius Prime took second place with a total time on the lot of 25.1 days. Third place was rounded out by another EV, the Ford Mustang Mach-E, with an average of 26.8 days.
Seven of the top 10 are either fully electric or electrified hybrids. In fact, Tesla claims three of the top six spots with only the pricey Model S missing out on the top 20. It’s just one more sign that the transition to electric vehicles is well underway.
|Top 20 Fastest-Selling Used Vehicles in June 2022 – iSeeCars Study|
|Rank||vehicle||Average Days to Sell||Average Price|
|1||Tesla Model Y||24.9||$69,784|
|two||Toyota Prius Prime||25.1||$31,867|
|3||Ford Mustang Mach-E||26.8||$60,881|
|5||Tesla Model 3||27.7||$52,216|
|6||Tesla Model X||28.0||$90,089|
|7||Mazda MAZDA3 Sedan||28.8||$24,890|
|9||Toyota Highlander Hybrid||32.3||$45,521|
|14||Honda Civic Hybrid||33.0||$31,122|
|17||Land Rover Range Rover Velar||34.0||$55,042|
|18||Toyota RAV4 Hybrid||35.0||$38,051|
|Average for All Used Vehicles||52.1||$34,629|