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Used car prices have been slowly declining in May, but some models are seeing big increases.

According to iseecars.com, the average price of a used vehicle has dropped from $ 193 to $ 34,199, up 16.9% over the previous year.

The disassembly of hybrid and electric cars paints a very different picture.

Used hybrids such as the Toyota Prius rose 32.1% to $ 34,372, while electrics rose 37.7% to $ 58,165.

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Prius is Toyota's most fuel - efficient vehicle without a plug.

Prius is Toyota’s most fuel – efficient vehicle without a plug.
(Toyota)

Hyundai Sonata Hybrid (47.8%), Nissan Leaf (41.4%), Tesla Model S (39.0%), Toyota Prius Prime (38.0%) and Toyota Prius (36.35) are the top models driving this growth.

Nissan Leaf redesigned in 2018.

Nissan Leaf redesigned in 2018.
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“Demand for hybrid and electric vehicles has increased due to the rapid rise in gas prices over the past few months,” said Carl Brower, executive analyst at iSeeCars.

Used Teslas is in demand as production of new models is limited.

Used Teslas is in demand as production of new models is limited.
(Tesla)

Hatchbacks, wagons and sedans, even the lowest priced segments, rose above average compared to last year, while pickup prices rose only 6.7%.

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“Small cars have only become an affordable used car option for a growing population segment and their price increase reflects the high demand experienced by these low-demand vehicles in recent years,” Brower said.

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These are the top 10 vehicles with the highest percentage increase in prices since May 2021 In a study by iseecars.com:

Hyundai Sonata Hybrid 47.8%

Nissan Leaf 41.4%

Tesla Model S 39.0%

Toyota Prius Prime 38.0%

Toyota Prius 36.3%

Mercedes-Benz G-Class 35.7%

BMW 3 Series 34.4%

Kia Rio 32.9%

Toyota Avalon Hybrid 31.9%

Fiat 500x 31.6%