How little you'll save buying used: 18.7%
Lyman says used versions of this muscle car sell for almost as much as new models because of strong demand, coupled with low supplies relative to those of rival Chevrolet (GM) Camaros and Ford (F - Get Report) Mustangs.
"The Challenger has got both retro styling and a nice ride quality," he says. "Those attributes combine to create some strong values in the used-car market."
Add in the fact that Chrysler hasn't redesigned the Challenger since the 2008 model year and you'll find that new and used versions of the car have pretty much the same features and pricing.TrueCar found the average 2013 Challenger sells for $30,985, while 2010s and '11s cost around $25,189 -- only 18.7% less.