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Top 10 Used 2011 Utility Vehicles to Avoid

Make sure you don't get sucked into purchasing costly used utility vehicles.

By Rss | June 14, 2013
    • 2011 Ford Explorer

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      Why it's on the list: Insurance; Used Price; Depreciation
      Next up is the first Ford of the list, the Ford Explorer. Although most utility vehicles don't usually have high insurance rates attached to them, this one does. On top of that, the price you pay for this two-year-old vehicle is rather close to the starting price of a new one. Right now, you can expect to pay between $24,000 and $26,000 for a used model, and almost $30,000 for a 2013 model. For what it's going to cost you in the long run, you're much better off with the newer edition.

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    2 comments
    Ejaz Ahmed
    Ejaz Ahmed

    This article is biased as it does not list all other factors on comparable vehicles. If it wants you to avoid the suburban for purchase, they should  tell you if  a Sequoia or Armada are better. Do they provide all the same benefits at a better value and why? the same goes for the Durango and the explorer as opposed to the 4runner or Landcruiser. There has to be a direct comparison in order to make a value judgment here.