It's no secret that buying a used car instead of a new one can save you money, and used-car shoppers this fall should be seeing even lower prices than usual as lots of lightly used cars end their leases and come back for resale — so many that automakers are worried, Bloomberg says.
Data from iSeeCars suggests just how substantial that savings can be. The automotive research firm and car search engine found that the average 1-year-old used car already cost 23.2 percent less than its original price before the glut of cars that began arriving in September. What's more, some models provide even bigger savings for used car shoppers, offering a price difference as high as 38.5 percent or $24,690 between the new and lightly used versions. iSeeCars analyzed 7 million new and used cars to identify those with the greatest price differences. Here are the cars that topped the list.