U.S. News & World Report teamed up with auto site iseecars.com to rank the best and worst cities for used car shoppers.
The site looks at pricing data from millions of used car listings, comparing prices for similar used cars in a given area to determine what the market price for a given model should be. The analysis takes the car’s year and overall condition into account as well. When a car is priced 10 percent or more below market value, iseecars.com flags it as a good deal.
10. Columbus, Ohio -- 19.3 percent of used cars considered a good deal
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