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Tesla Is The First On The List Of Fastest-Selling Used Luxury Cars

by Elsa Stringer

Website iSeeCars.com has studied the auto market and its trends for quite some time. This automotive research firm and car search engine made a list of the 10 luxury models that are the most demanded on the used car market. They used the statistics from April 2018 to March 2019 to come up with a list of luxury cars from model years 2016 to 2018. 6.1 million used car sales helped them calculate the number of days the car was listed and its average price.

source:autobild.de

The research showed that Tesla Model S is the most wanted used luxury car on the market. Its average selling time is 35.5 days, which is almost 25% faster than the average for the whole set.

10. Maserati Quattroporte – 69.8 days on market

Quattroporte has 69.8 days on average on the market. Its average price is above the list’s average of $72,030. The only Italian model’s average price is $79,260.

source:maserati.com

9. Porsche Panamera – 60.1 days on market

The second most expensive vehicle on this list is Panamera. It has roughly two months on average on the market. Its average price is $88,8876.

source:autoblog.com

8. Genesis G90 – 56.7 days on market

This car is has two special classifications on this list: being one of the cheapest and offering certain things other cars don’t have, including a rearview camera, forward collision warning, automatic emergency breaking, and lane departure warning as standard across all trims. Apart from G90, only Tesla Model S on this list can offer those things. The South Korean model has an average price of $56,591.

source:genesis.com

7. Jaguar XJ – 49.8 days on market

An average price of $52,644 makes the XJ the second cheapest car on this list. This car has 49.8 days on average on the market.

source:hornburgjaguarsm.com

6. BMW 7 Series – 48.7 days on market

BMW ranks relatively low on this list probably because some of the safety features BMW offers come at an additional price, while on the other hand parking camera is standard. The Bavarian sadan has an average of 48.7 days on the market.

source:bmw.co.uk

5. BMW 6 Series – 48.5 days on market

0.2 days on average is the difference between 6 Series and 7 Series. 6 Series is one of the most affordable models on this list. Its average price is $57,797.

source:motorauthority.com

4. Mercedes-Benz S-Class – 41.6 days on market

An average price of $89.434 makes the German sedan the most expensive model on this list. It takes 41.6 days on average for its owners to sell it.

source:mercedes-benz.com

3. Audi A8 – 39.8 days on market

A8 has an average of 39.8 days on the market, which is below the list’s average of 46.9 days. It has similarity with BMW when it comes to offering safety features at an additional price. A8’s average price is $52,687.

source:telegraph.co.uk

2. Audi A7 – 39.7 days on market

This model is the most affordable one on this list with an average price of $47,710. When compared to A8, it has a minimal advantage.

source:autoexpress.co.uk

1. Tesla Model S – 35.5 days on market

The fourth most expensive model on this list is Tesla Model S with an average price of $68,159. It is the only all-electric model here, and it has the lowest average days on the market.

source:unpluggedperformance.com

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