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These are the Fastest-Selling New and Used Cars from January 2022

Efficiency rules among used vehicle sales, not so much with new ones


  • Toyota represents 4/10 hottest new vehicles.

  • Of the top 10 fastest-selling used vehicles, at least seven are electrified.


The tendencies and differences between the fastest-selling new and used cars are interesting. The hottest new vehicles range from the Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla to the always smoking Chevrolet Corvette with a few SUVs such as the Kia Telluride in the mix. Whereas the used car market is heavily into electrification.

2021 Tesla Model Y SR | Photo: Matt St-Pierre

A quick look over the top 10 new vehicles, as compiled by iSeeCars, there seems to be a desire for one last shot at buying a sports car or a larger SUV. Used-car buyers give the impression that they are slightly more sensitive to rising fuel costs as there are three EVs and four hybrids listed. It’s unclear if the Mitsubishi Outlander includes or not the PHEV version.

As the global chip shortage and part supply issues continue, prices are still far from stabilizing. Here are last January’s top 10 fastest-selling new and used cars:

Fastest-Selling New and Used Cars in January 2022

New Cars

Used Cars

Rank

New Car

Days to Sell

Used Car

Days to Sell

1

Kia Telluride

12.8

Tesla Model Y

24.7

2

Toyota Corolla

15.5

Toyota Prius Prime

25.8

3

Toyota Sienna

16.5

Honda Insight

25.9

4

Acura MDX

16.7

Tesla Model 3

26.5

5

Ford Maverick

16.8

Toyota Prius

26.7

6

Chevrolet Corvette

17.4

Toyota Corolla Hybrid

27.6

7

Toyota Highlander Hybrid

17.5

Ford Mustang Mach-E

27.7

8

Subaru Crosstrek

17.6

Toyota GR Supra

27.8

9

Honda Civic

17.9

Mitsubishi Outlander

28.4

10

Toyota Venza

18.0

Mazda MAZDA3 Sedan

28.6

New Car Average

36.3

Used Car Average

46.2

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Matt St-Pierre
Trained as an Automotive Technician, Matt has two decades of automotive journalism under his belt. He’s done TV, radio, print and this thing called the internet. He’s an avid collector of many 4-wheeled things, all of them under 1,500 kg, holds a recently expired racing license and is a father of two. Life is beautiful. Send Matt an emai

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