Report: The Average Used Car Price in Each State

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Prices for used vehicles are currently on the high end right now, but you may be able to get a better deal by shopping in another state, according to data in a recent report.

Auto research site iSeeCars analyzed prices for used vehicles in the United States and found that some states’ average prices were significantly higher than others.

In this article, I’ll look at the average price of a used car in all 50 states.

What Are Used Car Prices in Your State?

iSeeCars examined 8 million car sales from February to July 2021. The nationwide average: $24,710.

Here Is the Average Used Car Price in Each State

  • Alaska — $29,656
  • Wyoming — $29,419
  • Montana — $27,303
  • Arkansas — $27,123
  • Idaho — $26,662
  • Texas — $26,620
  • New Mexico — $26,261
  • Mississippi — $25,788
  • New York — $25,693
  • California — $25,555
  • Florida — $25,478
  • Nevada — $25,317
  • Georgia — $25,299
  • West Virginia — $25,260
  • North Dakota — $25,259
  • South Dakota — $25,156
  • Oklahoma — $25,128
  • Louisiana — $24,979
  • North Carolina — $24,976
  • Rhode Island — $24,962
  • Utah — $24,842
  • Colorado — $24,684
  • Oregon — $24,649
  • Maine — $24,576
  • Alabama — $24,534
  • Arizona — $24,520
  • Massachusetts — $24,491
  • Illinois — $24,421
  • Washington — $24,398
  • South Carolina — $24,390
  • Kansas — $24,357
  • New Jersey — $24,329
  • Wisconsin — $24,315
  • Tennessee — $24,273
  • Missouri — $24,142
  • New Hampshire — $24,104
  • Vermont — $24,033
  • Maryland — $23,934
  • Nebraska — $23,725
  • Pennsylvania — $23,488
  • Delaware — $23,469
  • Michigan — $23,348
  • Hawaii — $23,290
  • Minnesota — $23,120
  • Iowa — $23,062
  • Kentucky — $22,995
  • Virginia — $22,618
  • Connecticut — $22,528
  • Ohio — $22,244
  • Indiana — $21,961

Read iSeeCars’ complete report for more information.

Because of the current market, it’s understandable if you have some hesitancy about purchasing a car right now. If you absolutely must buy a vehicle right now, here are some ways to save on a used car.

But Clark recommends that you put the brakes on the car buying process for a while if you can. “I know it’s an ugly market right now,” Clark says. “The ugly will fade, and supply and demand will come back into balance.”

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