A new iSeeCars study has analyzed over 32 million used car sales to see what the worst times of the year are to buy a used car. The company focused on whether consumers would be able to find more or fewer deals than average. A deal being defined as savings of five percent or more, which amounts to over $1,100 off the price of the average used car at $22,008.
“The months and holidays toward the end of the year are often touted as a great time to find a used car deal, but it’s the beginning of the year that provides the most deals,” said iSeeCars Executive Analyst Karl Brauer. “Conversely, the summer and early fall months are the least likely to bring used car deals for consumers.
Before you make it a December to remember, check out the best and worst times to buy a used car.