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Top 15 Best Black Friday Used Car Deals

Black Friday is still a good time to buy a car despite increasing prices


  • Thanksgiving is a good time to buy a used car.

  • The best deals to be had are on small cars.


Black Friday isn’t exactly what it used to be. When I was a kid, it meant that for one day and one day only, the Optimus Prime toy I desperately wanted was 50% off. Now, Black Friday lasts for weeks but more often than not, actual deals are few and far between. In the car business, however, there are actually deals to be had.

2015 Nissan Altima | Photo: Nissan

If you’re shopping for a pre-owned vehicle, especially a compact car, Black Friday and Thanksgiving are historically among the best times to buy. This year, although the used car market has been turned on its ear, there are still deals to be made.

The top 15, based on iSeeCars analysis, consists mostly of mainstream vehicles with one notable exception, the Porsche 911. Of the 15, six are Nissan vehicles which are very often used on rental fleets. Another six come from the Hyundai Motor Group brands typically associated with lower resale values.

Here are the Top 15 Best Black Friday Used Car Deals:

Rank

Vehicle

% Savings

$ Savings

1

Hyundai Accent

9.9%

$1,336

2

Nissan Versa

8.7%

$1,206

3

Mitsubishi Mirage G4

8.3%

$1,073

4

Kia Rio

7.4%

$1,081

5

Nissan Sentra

7.3%

$1,175

6

Hyundai Elantra

7.2%

$1,155

7

Porsche 911

7.2%

$10,957

8

Hyundai Veloster

7.0%

$1,196

9

Hyundai Sonata

6.5%

$1,198

10

Nissan Altima

6.4%

$1,207

11

Nissan Maxima

5.9%

$1,435

12

Nissan Titan XD

5.9%

$2,413

13

Kia Stinger

5.6%

$1,944

14

Nissan Frontier

5.3%

$1,406

15

Genesis G80

5.1%

$1,650

Overall Average

4.6%

$1,418

 

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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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