October 4, 2022

Ford

The pandemic increased disposable income and car demand. Supply chain issues have dramatically limited the supply of new vehicles. This has been an advantageous situation for dealers who can charge huge markups for the cars they have available.

An iSeeCars.com study examined 1.9 million new car listings. And if you are in the market for a new car, it will be hard to find a deal. The average dealer markup on a new car listing was 10% above MSRP. And certain popular vehicles are commanding much more than that.

Here’s a list of 15 new cars with the highest resale values, which includes some of our favorite luxury crossovers, SUVs and pickups. Don’t be surprised if these vehicles end up receiving a price bump next year.

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Avg. Price Above MSRP: $14,221

Avg. Percent Above MSRP: 23.1%

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Avg. Price Above MSRP: $10,278

Avg. Percent Above MSRP: 22.4%

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Avg. Price Above MSRP: $10,847

Avg. Percent Above MSRP: 21.9%

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6. Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

Avg. Price Above MSRP: $16,750

Avg. Percent Above MSRP: 19.6%

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Avg. Price Above MSRP: $14,697

Avg. Percent Above MSRP: 19.5%

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Avg. Price Above MSRP: $5,426

Avg. Percent Above MSRP: 18.8%

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Avg. Price Above MSRP: $9,423

Avg. Percent Above MSRP: 18.8%

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