By Chris King • 04 May 2021 • 17:21
The Top Ten Most-Searched Second-Hand Cars Online In Spain.
THE Top Ten Most-Searched Second-Hand Cars Online In Spain During 2021
If you are thinking of purchasing a used vehicle, some interesting data has been revealed by the website Milanuncios that might help you find a better deal in the second-hand market, as their data shows that a massive 12 million online searches were made on their website by individuals in the first three months of 2021.
Their data has shown that the most-searched model of car is the German Volkswagen Golf, which was ranked as the ‘most popular’ by the website, notching up a total of 83,000 searches in the first quarter of 2021, as reported by top Spanish publication Europa Press.
The Volkswagen Golf is their five-door model, and is priced at more than €20,000 as new, but in the second-hand market, this car can be found for as little as €7,575.
In second position was the trusty BMW 3 Series, with 54,000 searches in the first quarter, which in the second-hand market was selling for on average, around €10,747, about 25 per cent of its cost from new.
Third place went to the Seat León, having around 40,000 online searches, and could be found for an average price of €9,448.
If you are an Audi fan then the Audi A4 showed up in fourth place of the most-searched, with more than 39,000 searches, closely followed by the Seat Ibiza with 35,000 searches.
Rounding out the Top 10 most-searched in Milanuncios were the Mitsubishi Montero, the Toyota Land Cruiser, the Citroën Berlingo, the BMW Series 5, and the Ford Transit, as reported by diariodealmeria.es.
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Originally from Wales, Chris spent years on the Costa del Sol before moving to the Algarve where he is a web reporter for The Euro Weekly News covering international and Spanish national news.
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