This year has been one of the worst for car shoppers with low supplies caused by the coronavirus pandemic leading to record high prices. The average cost of a new car sold in November hit $ 46,329, according to Kelly Blue Book, and relief does not appear to be in sight.
Some cars are in higher demand than others, 물론이야, 과 Consumer Reports has rounded up worst of them in a top 10 list ranked by average price paid over MSRP.
It just so happens that they’re all from the Hyundai/Kia group, so beware when you head to a dealership for either brand.
Kia Rio: 19% over MSRP
Kia Telluride: 18% over MSRP
Kia Sorento Hybrid: 18% over MSRP
Kia Seltos: 18% over MSRP
Hyundai Kona Electric: 18% over MSRP
Kia K5: 18% over MSRP
Hyundai Tucson: 18% over MSRP
Hyundai Venue: 18% over MSRP
Kia Forte: 17% over MSRP
Kia Carnival: 17% over MSRP
있습니다 some vehicles that can still be had for under MSRP, 하나, with the best deal on one with a Consumer Reports recommendation being the 2022 Chevrolet Equinox LT with 1LT AWD that’s available for 13% below list with an incentive that runs through January 3, 2022.