Buying a used car can be a scary process. There are more variables than when purchasing a new vehicle; good information can be harder to come by; it’s often hard to determine what you’re going to get, and whether it will be a good value.Luckily, the latest iSeeCars.com study has performed some of the legwork for you. Below are their best used cars for 2020 for each segment, based on safety, reliability, and depreciation.
The current 4Runner generation has been in production for 10 years. Its renowned durability and reliability are why Toyota seldom alters the formula. Read the review
Sedan or hatchback, there’s a reason the Civics sell like crazy and often stay on the road well past 200,000 miles. Read the review
How long can a Toyota Tacoma last? We don’t know, as most of them built since 1995 are still on the road. Read the review
The only all-wheel-drive minivan out there is ideal to handle the next decade of kid-carting responsibilities.
Sports cars don’t normally hit high mileages, but the Mustang offers strong resale value. Read the review
The Toyota Prius was the first mass-market hybrid on the scene. Many high mileage examples are still on the scene.
The Model S revolutionized the electric vehicle in 2012, setting a performance bar that other manufacturers still struggle to meet. Indeed, it’s almost too durable, as Model S owners have little reason to cash in for a new one. Read the review
The front-wheel-drive Lexus ES 350 is not the most exciting luxury sedan you can buy, but it is the safest bet. Read the review
The MDX, like many Honda-made vehicles, is exceptionally long-lasting. It’s also one of the most American vehicles on the road.
Now that we’re into the third decade of the 2000s, we thought it was worth taking a peek back at some of the cars that were on sale in the last decade that still make for good rides today. Don’t be afraid to check back every so often, either; we’ll likely add more vehicles as time goes by. Read the story