What are the fastest-selling cars in the US?

December 20, 2013 12:00 AM

With so many vehicles on the market, it's easy to find an option that perfectly suits your needs. In fact, almost every driver can locate a model that has the safety features, new technologies, easy vehicle maintenance, storage space and other amenities that they desire most, even if they have to search through lesser-known automobiles to find it. However, it seems like many people across the country have similar tastes, as a few big-name vehicles are moving quickly off car lots. 

According to data from Edmunds.com, the fastest-selling vehicle in the country for the month of November was the Land Rover Range Rover. This luxury SUV usually only sits at a dealership for nine days before it is sold, despite its hefty price tag of more than $100,000 for a new model. The industry average is 59 days, so the Range Rover's quick turnaround is particularly impressive. 

Following the Range Rover was the Chevrolet Corvette, the Jeep Cherokee, the Land Rover Range Rover Sport and the Honda Accord Hybrid. These top five fastest-selling vehicles span a wide range of styles and interests, but on average they only spend about 10 days at a dealership. 

Somewhat surprisingly, the top 10 vehicles on this list come from a variety of budgets. The cheapest new model is the Mitsubishi Mirage, which is sold for about $15,430, and the average price of all cars on the list is $32,852. 

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