No surprise, new trucks, and SUVs were on fire last month.
The average new required 42.8 days to sell.
Used hyper-efficient used cars were fast movers in November.
The automotive world is still suffering the long-lasting effects of various parts supply issues. The ongoing microchip shortage especially is keeping production and inventory numbers low, but this isn’t stopping consumers from buying new and used vehicles.
This past November, a new vehicle, on average, required 42.8 days to sell while a used one needed 51.5 days. These numbers are up meaning that sales could be slowing. Whether this is a trend to watch or not, time will tell.
IseeCars has analyzed over 280,000 transactions and has found that the new Mercedes-Benz GLE SUV is the fastest-selling new vehicle in the land at only 12.7 days to sell. The gap in days between second and 10th place is less than three days and with the exception of the Chevrolet Corvette, all others are trucks or utility vehicles, if one considers the Toyota Sienna as such.
Interestingly, the top four fastest-selling used vehicles are all electrified, with the Honda Clarity PHEV in the lead needing only 22.2 days to sell. Of the top 10 used, only three are non-electrified.
Here are November’s top 10 fastest-selling new and used cars:
Fastest-Selling New and Used Cars in November 2021
Days to Sell
Days to Sell
Honda Clarity Plug-In Hybrid
GMC Sierra 1500 Limited
Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid
Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Limited
BMW 2 Series
Toyota RAV4 Prime
Tesla Model 3
Toyota Corolla Cross
Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid
New Car Average
Used Car Average