Dealers Can't Get Rid Of These Slow-Selling Cars

The shortage of microchips continues to affect sales of new and used cars as large automakers are forced to stop production, resulting in lower inventory levels, especially for the most popular vehicles. Despite reduced stocks and increased demand for new and used vehicles overall, some vehicles defy this trend and remain at dealerships. These slow-selling cars can provide savings opportunities for car buyers even in today's troubled auto market.
When analyzing nearly 250,000 new and used cars sold in October 2021 to determine the fastest selling new and used cars, iSeeCars.com found that a new car sales totaled 31.7 days and an average used car 44.7 days needed. Both new and used cars are selling more slowly than in September, when the average for new cars was 24.6 days and the average for used cars was 32.8 days.
Slowest new car sales by federal state
What were the slowest-selling new cars in the country in October? Here are the new vehicles with the lowest demand by state:
Slowest-selling New Car in Each State in October - iSeeCars
state
vehicle
Average days to sell
Alabama
Nissan Murano
111.9
Alaska
-
-
Arizona
Genesis G80
89.7
Arkansas
Ram Pickup 1500 Classic
67.9
California
Infiniti Q50
130.8
Colorado
Honda pilot
119.0
Connecticut
Hyundai Kona Ev
129.6
Delaware
-
-
Florida
Mitsubishi Outlander Sport
137.7
Georgia
Nissan Altima
153.0
Hawaii
Dodge Charger
66.4
Idaho
Ram pickup 1500
62.0
Illinois
Dodge Charger
220.9
Indiana
Hyundai Santa Fe
62.6
Iowa
Jeep Cherokee
57.6
Kansas
Honda pilot
60.7
Kentucky
Chrysler Pacifica
68.9
Louisiana
Volvo XC90
58.6
Maine
-
-
Maryland
Nissan Altima
189.7
Massachusetts
Subaru rise
95.1
Michigan
Cadillac XT6
123.0
Minnesota
Ford Ranger
127.8
Mississippi
Hyundai sonata
115.0
Missouri
Nissan Versa
83.8
Montana
Honda passport
44.0
Nebraska
Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid
68.8
Nevada
Mazda CX-5
82.6
New Hampshire
Nissan Altima
256.4
New Jersey
Acura TLX
170.5
New Mexico
-
-
new York
Infiniti Q50
112.1
North Carolina
Acura TLX
140.0
North Dakota
-
-
Ohio
Ford Ecosport
104.9
Oklahoma
Nissan Altima
189.0
Oregon
Hyundai sonata
79.3
Pennsylvania
-
143.4
Rhode Island
Hyundai sonata
-
South carolina
Ram Ram Pickup 1500
84.1
South Dakota
-
-
Tennessee
Ram Ram Pickup 1500 Classic
135.5
Texas
Alfa Romeo Giulia
151.5
Utah
Ford Bronco Sport
68.2
Vermont
-
-
Virginia
Maserati Ghibli
160.4
Washington
Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport
110.2
West Virginia
Nissan Sentra
76.7
Wisconsin
Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid
117.7
Wyoming
-
-
The slowest selling new car in most states is the Nissan Altima in four states.
Sedans are the slowest-selling type of vehicle in 18 states.
The slowest-selling car in all of the states is New Hampshire's Nissan Altima, which takes 256.4 days to sell.
Slowest-selling used cars by state
Here are the slowest-selling used cars by state:
Slowest-selling Used Cars in Each State in October - iSeeCars
state
vehicle
Average days to sell
Alabama
Nissan Frontier
133.2
Alaska
Jeep renegade
119.6
Arizona
Kia Sedona
79.4
Arkansas
Ford Edge
75.4
California
Lincoln Nautilus
101.7
Colorado
Ram Pickup 1500 Classic
95.4
Connecticut
Chevrolet Equinox
106.9
Delaware
Hyundai Santa Fe
91.4
Florida
Acura ILX
77.5
Georgia
Cadillac XT6
172.8
Hawaii
Mercedes-Benz C-Class
99.5
Idaho
Jeep Wrangler
193.3
Illinois
Jeep Gladiator
163.4
Indiana
Chevrolet Bolt EV
102.0
Iowa
Chrysler 300
154.8
Kansas
Toyota Tundra
90.2
Kentucky
Ford Ranger
106.8
Louisiana
Jeep renegade
133.7
Maine
Subaru Legacy
169.3
Maryland
Genesis G80
83.9
Massachusetts
Nissan Murano
110.8
Michigan
Lincoln Navigator L
97.8
Minnesota
Toyota Tacoma
74.6
Mississippi
Jeep renegade
90.4
Missouri
Toyota Highlander
98.7
Montana
GMC Sierra 1500
107.3
Nebraska
Toyota Corolla
104.7
Nevada
Hyundai Kona
85.9
New Hampshire
Chevrolet Tahoe
128.3
New Jersey
Buick introduces itself
93.0
New Mexico
Honda Civic
132.9
new York
Acura ILX
176.7
North Carolina
Lincoln Nautilus
107.9
North Dakota
Chevrolet Silverado 1500
96.0
Ohio
Acura TLX
124.5
Oklahoma
Genesis G80
103.4
Oregon
Hyundai sonata
112.9
Pennsylvania
BMW 5 Series
241.8
Rhode Island
Kia Sportage
75.6
South carolina
INFINITI Q50
74.4
South Dakota
Ford F-150
96.8
Tennessee
Volvo XC90
85.7
Texas
BMW X2
105.1
Utah
Dodge Durango
131.0
Vermont
Ford Explorer
112.9
Virginia
BMW 5 Series
109.1
Washington
Chevrolet Bolt Ev
106.8
West Virginia
Chevrolet Tahoe
104.3
Wisconsin
Ford Ecosport
77.8
Wyoming
Toyota Tundra
93.7
The Jeep Renegade and Acura ILX are the slowest-selling used cars in most of the states, with three.
SUVs are the most strongly represented vehicle segment as they are the slowest-selling used car type in 23 states.
The slowest-selling used car in any state is the Pennsylvania BMW 5 Series with 241.8 days.
What does this mean for car buyers? An extended period of time without a dealer indicates that supply is higher than demand, which could be because prices are too high or the car is not as popular as its competition. Knowing how long vehicles will remain in dealership locations can provide consumers with bargaining opportunities as dealerships are likely to want to sell these vehicles. Every vehicle listing on iSeeCars.com includes the days in the market for a car and when the price has already been discounted to provide buyers with the information they need to make the smartest purchasing decision.
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iSeeCars.com is a car search engine that helps shoppers find the best car deals by providing key insights and valuable resources like iSeeCars' free VIN inspection reports. iSeeCars.com has saved users over $ 309 million to date by using big data analytics with over 25 billion (and growing) data points and proprietary algorithms to objectively analyze, rate and evaluate millions of new and used vehicles.
This article, Dealers Can't Get Rid of These Slow Selling Cars, originally appeared on iSeeCars.com.

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