TOP 10 Models Which Are Purchased Well Above Their Sticker Price

At present, there are a number of vehicles for which consumers are ready to pay significantly more over their manufacturer’s suggested retail price.

Parts shortages, post-pandemic economy challenges encourage buyers to forget about profitable purchases on certain products. It concerns some must-have vehicles.

Consumer Reports has compiled a list of the 10 SUVs and pickup trucks with the worst deals on the new-car market, that is, those selling the most over sticker price.

As we can see, all of them are popular, in-demand models:

  1. Kia Telluride – 19% over MSRP, price range of $32,190 – $44,390
  2. Ram 2500 – 17% over MSRP, price range of $35,270 – $67,385
  3. Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD – 15% over MSRP, price range: $35,300 – $63,300
  4. Ford Bronco Sport – 15% over MSRP, price range of $27,215 – $38,160
  5. Hyundai Palisade – 14% over MSRP, price range of $32,675 – $47,900
  6. Hyundai Kona – 14% over MSRP, price range of $20,500 – $45,600
  7. Ford EcoSport – 14% over MSRP, price range of $20,395 – $28,345
  8. GMC Sierra 1500 – 13% over MSRP, price range: $30,100 – $59,600
  9. Chevrolet Tahoe – 13% over MSRP, price range of $48,300 – $72,700
  10. Ford F-150 – 13% over MSRP, price range of $29,290 – $74,600

Several others that are 13% over MSRP include the Kia Carnival, Kia Seltos, Kia Sorento, Nissan Kicks, Ford Escape, and Ford Mustang Mach-E.

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