CarMax: Top 10 used cars right now

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CarMax: Top 10 used cars right now
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When you’re looking for a used car, it’s helpful to know what others are buying. No haggle used-car reseller CarMax has posted its latest list of what buyers are searching for right now on their website…

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CarMax: Top 10 used cars right now10 most searched used cars

10. Chevrolet Camaro

Here’s a real tribute to the American muscle car. Prices starting at $14,998 for the model shown here.

9. Kia Optima

According to data from Automotive News, sales for the Kia Optima all dropped more than 30% in August.

That means you can steal a deal right now with prices starting at $6,599 for a 2006 model.

8. Ford Fusion

The Ford Fusion was recently named as one of the Top 7 American cars of 2016.

Prices start at $7,599 for the 2009 Ford Fusion SEL. Gets great fuel economy too with averages between 25/37 mpg (1.6 liter engine) and more than 40 mpg (hybrid) city/highway!

And bonus, Ford Fusions 2010 and older are generally acknowledged as one of the safest cars for teen drivers.

7. Nissan Rogue

Talk about having a lot of junk in your trunk…the Nissan Rogue boasts nearly 60 cubic feet of storage space! Just be careful because 2014- 2017 Nissan Rogues were part of a recall over airbag issues.

That said, the 2008 Rogue S starts at $9,998.

CarMax: Top 10 used cars right now6. Ford Mustang

This beauty pictured here starts at $9,998 for a 2008 year model!

5. Chevrolet Equinox

J.D. Power says this compact SUV is one of the six most reliable SUVs today!

Pricing starts at $9,998 for the 2005 Chevrolet Equinox LT.

4. Toyota Camry

It’s one of the 10 cars that will almost certainly last 200,000 miles, according to Consumer Reports.

And a 2005 Toyota Camry LE starts at just $7,998!

3. Ford Escape

You may want to steer clear of this one: 2014 models got a ‘poor’ rating in the very important small frontal overlap crash test from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.

2. Nissan Altima

Sales for the Nissan Altima are down more than 30% in August. That means you can scoop up a deal! Pricing on the 2005 Nissan Altima S starts at $8,599.

1. Honda Accord

Here’s a double whammy for your money. The Honda Accord is both one of the 10 cars that will almost certainly last 200,000 miles and one of the safest cars for teen drivers.

Prices start at $9,998 for a 2008 Honda Accord LX.

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Theo Thimou About the author:
Theo has co-written several books with Clark Howard, including the New York Times #1 bestseller Living Large in Lean Times. As a single widowed parent of two young children, he strives to bring unique savings tips to men and women like him who must face life without their spouses. He can be reached at [email protected]
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