'Suggested Price' Indeed
Memorial Day typically means big business for car dealers, but this year is shaping up to be quite different. Experts are forecasting "bleak" sales during the holiday weekend as dealers pull back on discounts and would-be customers shy away from high prices. And it's no wonder — shortages touched off during the pandemic mean new cars are selling for an average of 9.9% above sticker, according to an analysis by iSeeCars. For some popular models, the news is actually much, much worse. Here are the cars that have fetched the biggest premiums, including one going for a painful 26.7% more than the manufacturer's suggested retail price.
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