Here are the used vehicles that sell the quickest in America

Fiat 500e
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One type of car tends to fly off the used car lot.

On average, it takes just over 33 days to sell a used vehicle in America. This nugget of knowledge comes courtesy of iSeeCars.com, which analyzed 2.1 million vehicles aged between 1 and 3 years. Some vehicles, though, sell much quicker.

“Vehicles that move off dealer lots faster must have the right mix of demand and supply that may be driven by factors like price, unique features, and performance,” said Phong Ly, iSeeCars.com CEO.

There are plenty of surprises on this list. Click on the image above to get started.

Ford Fusion Energi
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9. Ford Fusion Energi

Another electrified car that sells pretty quickly is the Ford Fusion Energi. We like the attractive Fusion, and nobody is against getting good fuel mileage. Plus, as a used vehicle the Fusion Energi is something of a bargain. iSeeCars.com reports that the price of the PHEV has dropped by 12.8 percent in the last year to $ 18,699, on average, when used.

One potential negative: the size of the plug-in hybrid’;s battery means the trunk is much smaller than it is in the standard midsize sedan.


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BMW i3
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2. BMW i3

There are 2 versions of the BMW i3 – one is fully electric, while the other has a small, gasoline-powered generator that serves to keep the batteries topped up on longer drives. That’;s an intriguing setup that we’;re sure attracts buyers. Plus, used i3 models average of $ 23,603 makes them something of a bargain.

“The i3 was introduced as a 2014 model, so now that it’;s 3 years old many leased cars are returning to market, driving down its price and possibly increasing demand for the car,” said Ly.


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Fiat 500e
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1. Fiat 500e

A couple of factors combine to make the Fiat 500e the fastest-selling used vehicle in America. First, it’;s electric, which is a boon on the used market. Second, it’;s cheap, with an average used transaction price of less than $ 10,000.

 “The average cost of one- to 3-year-old cars is almost $ 21,000, so it seems consumers are willing to take a chance on a car at a price point that’;s less than half the average,” suggested Ly.


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