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2011 Top 10 Popular Used Cars You Should Avoid

Make sure you know what used cars to avoid.

By Rss | May 28, 2013
    • 2011 Kia Optima

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      Why it's on the list: Used Price; DepreciationThe Kia Optima is something of a conundrum. It has both a very high used priced as well as a high depreciation rate. A new Optima costs $21,350, and a 2011 model ranges between $15,500 and $16,700. Those prices are relatively close to each other, especially when you take into consideration the Hyundai Azera. However, a $5,000 depreciation in two years is significant. In another two, it won't really be worth selling. The current price for a 2011 model is still pretty high. It is close to the starting price for a new model, which is why it is even a factor for this list. It's a good thing the Kia Optima gets pretty decent gas mileage at 24/34 mpg city/highway.

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    1 comments
    Clay Johnson
    Clay Johnson

    This is a seriously bad list. Come on, A.com crew. This isn't the kind of thing you guys should be posting. There are far too many spelling mistakes, and the list doesn't make that much sense.