15 Slowest Selling Cars in Today’s Market: Are These Bargains in Disguise?

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The auto industry has been on a wild ride ever since the 2020 pandemic. Used car prices were beginning to drop, but with the push for electric vehicles and the UAW strike, there's no telling where car prices are headed next.

But what we can tell is that according to a 2023 study conducted by iSeeCars.com, while used cars are selling 6.1% faster than last year, the data is skewed because top-selling models are so popular. Under the dust, there's a list of 10 slowest-selling cars that are selling 26% slower than last year.

Tesla Model S

Tesla Model S
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This Tesla stays an average of 88.3 days on the market and has an average price of $65,216.

Buick Envision

2022 Buick Envision SUV
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This car stays on the market for an average of 82.3 days and has an average price of $29,057.

Ford Mustang Mach-E

Ford Mach-E Mustang
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This one surprised me. It lasts an average of 75.8 days on the market and has an average price of $42,503.

Land Rover Discovery Sport

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This car stays on the market for an average of 73.6 days and costs an average of $30,206.

Cadillac XT4

Cadillac XT4 SUV used car
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This vehicle stays on the market for an average of 71.9 days and costs an average of $31,650.

Tesla Model X

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Another Tesla made the list. The Model X stays on the market for an average of 71.4 days and costs an average of $70,835.

Land Rover Range Rover

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Another Land Rover also made the list. The used Range Rover stays on the market for an average of 68.4 days and has an average price of $75,060.

Chevrolet Blazer

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This Chevy stays on the market for an average of 65.9 days and costs an average of $31,644.

Chrysler 300

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This car lasts an average of 64.7 days on the market and costs an average of $25,021.

Buick Enclave

Buick Enclave SUV used car
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And, another Buick. The Enclave lasts an average of 64.3 days on the market and has an average price of $32,075.

The 5 Slowest Selling New Cars

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Popular new cars are no exception to this trend, taking an average of 29% longer to sell than other new cars. Surprisingly, some models spend more than 100 days on the lot, according to the same study. Here are the top five slowest-selling cars.

Jeep Cherokee

Jeep Cherokee 2023 new car
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The new Jeep Cherokee spends an average of 128.7 days on the market and has an average price of $39,238.

Land Rover Discovery Sport

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This new car spends an average of 119.4 days on the lot and can be yours at an average price of $53,422.

Buick Envision

2022 Buick Envision SUV
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This one sits an average of 117.0 days before it's scooped up at an average price of $39,917.

Ford Mustang

2025 Mustang GTD at Pebble Beach Concours
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There's another Mustang on the list, but it's a new one this time. This car spends an average of 108.6 days on the lot before it's purchased at an average price of $56,670.

Mazda MX-5 Miata

Mazda MX-5 Miata
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Lastly, this Mazda spends an average of 107.3 days on the market and sells at an average price of $34,543.

Author: Madison Cates

Title: Managing Editor - Autos

Expertise: cars, electric cars, car maintenance, car repair, best cars

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Madison is a journalist and editor who finds her home at Wealth of Geeks where she proudly serves as Managing Editor of Autos. Madison is always down to geek out over the latest beautiful cars on the market, and she enjoys providing her readers with tips to make car ownership easier and more enjoyable.