If you’re in the market for a used car, truck or SUV in 2022, it won’t come as a surprise that vehicle inventories are low and prices are high. Unlike the last vehicle-supply crisis during the great recession, demand hasn’t let up for cars just because they’re hard to find. In fact, some of the vehicles on our recent Best Used Cars Under $10,000 list were retailing for half that amount in early 2021.
With too many buyers seeking too few vehicles, it’s more important than ever to be a savvy consumer, which means knowing the lay of the land, where to shop, what questions to ask of vehicle sellers and how to inspect your potential new ride.[ad_2]