No Savings Here
New cars lose value right after they’re driven off the lot, making buying used a wise choice in the eyes of most personal-finance gurus. But the pandemic has upended its fair share of conventional wisdom, and lingering supply issues mean that used cars are selling for more — and in some cases, even more than their new counterparts. An iSeeCars analysis of sales data from November found that in 15 cases, lightly used cars from model years 2020-2021 sold for more than their brand-new versions. Here’s a list of models where buying used may not provide the usual budgetary boost.