(iSeeCars) – The microchip shortage continues to impact car sales as production interruptions have lowered the supply of new and used cars. The latest iSeeCars analysis found that demand for new and used cars slowed slightly in June over May, as the prices for both new and used cars rose. 

Analyzing over 224,000 car sales in June 2022, iSeeCars.com found that overall, the average new car takes 37.2 days to sell and the average used car takes 52.1 days to sell. 

Fastest-Selling New Cars by State

What were June’s fastest-selling new cars across the country? Here are the vehicles in the highest demand by state:

Fastest-Selling New Car in Each State – June 2022StateVehicleAverage Days to SellAlabamaHyundai Santa Cruz13.6AlaskaJeep Cherokee13.3ArizonaToyota RAV411.0ArkansasHyundai Tucson21.6CaliforniaNissan Kicks5.9ColoradoRam 15008.3ConnecticutSubaru Crosstrek9.7DelawareToyota RAV418.6FloridaSubaru Crosstrek5.4GeorgiaBMW X516.2HawaiiBMW X314.0IdahoHyundai Tucson11.5IllinoisJeep Wrangler Unlimited9.4IndianaToyota RAV4 Hybrid15.7IowaToyota Highlander15.2KansasHyundai Sonata26.6KentuckyHyundai Tucson25.1LouisianaToyota Tundra7.1MaineBMW X512.1MarylandSubaru Forester5.3MassachusettsBMW X38.8MichiganJeep Wrangler Unlimited8.6MinnesotaChevrolet TrailBlazer15.4MississippiHyundai Elantra17.7MissouriSubaru Outback6.7MontanaSubaru Forester19.8NebraskaRam 150015.2NevadaHyundai Kona27.4New HampshireHyundai Elantra18.9New JerseySubaru Crosstrek13.0New MexicoHyundai Tucson10.8New YorkSubaru Forester10.5North CarolinaToyota RAV4 Hybrid6.1North DakotaJeep Grand Cherokee7.9OhioJeep Wrangler Unlimited6.0OklahomaFord Bronco Sport10.8OregonSubaru Crosstrek7.1PennsylvaniaDodge Challenger7.0Rhode IslandJeep Wrangler Unlimited11.6South CarolinaToyota RAV415.5South DakotaHyundai Venue7.4TennesseeSubaru Forester6.1TexasMercedes-Benz GLE16.1UtahKia Telluride5.9VermontSubaru Impreza16.5VirginiaHyundai IONIQ 515.8WashingtonSubaru Crosstrek8.3West VirginiaKia Telluride7.4WisconsinJeep Wrangler Unlimited8.0WyomingJeep Grand Cherokee7.2The fastest-selling used car in the most states is the Subaru Crosstrek in five.SUVs are the fastest-selling vehicle type in 43 states.The fastest-selling new vehicle across all states is the Subaru Forester in Maryland, which takes 5.3 days to sell.

Fastest-Selling Used Cars by State

What were June’s fastest-selling used cars across the country? Here are the used vehicles in the highest demand by state:

Fastest-Selling Used Car in Each State – June 2022StateVehicleAverage Days to SellAlabamaChevrolet Camaro 15.4AlaskaToyota Corolla36.4ArizonaTesla Model 315.9ArkansasNissan Rogue38.2CaliforniaNissan LEAF10.9ColoradoTesla Model 37.5ConnecticutHyundai Sonata25.5DelawareJeep Grand Cherokee43.3FloridaTesla Model 312.0GeorgiaAcura MDX16.5HawaiiGenesis G8018.2IdahoFord Ranger37.3IllinoisMercedes-Benz CLA21.0IndianaDodge Challenger36.8IowaHyundai KONA36.4KansasVolkswagen Jetta20.1KentuckyHonda Civic 23.0LouisianaVolkswagen Atlas22.1MaineJeep Wrangler Unlimited31.0MarylandKia Sportage10.6MassachusettsFord Mustang26.7MichiganCadillac XT528.4MinnesotaDodge Durango20.1MississippiNissan Armada26.2MissouriHonda Civic21.9MontanaChevrolet Silverado 150039.4NebraskaJeep Compass28.7NevadaTesla Model 39.4New HampshireHyundai Kona34.3New JerseyTesla Model 324.2New MexicoHyundai Elantra30.6New YorkHonda Civic  30.9North CarolinaChevrolet Spark18.4North DakotaJeep Grand Cherokee28.5OhioHonda Civic  20.0OklahomaNissan Sentra11.6OregonKia Sorento27.3PennsylvaniaChevrolet Corvette29.4Rhode IslandRam 150011.4South CarolinaHonda Civic  20.1South DakotaChevrolet Malibu34.1TennesseeINFINITI QX6012.4TexasToyota Prius13.5UtahJeep Wrangler Unlimited30.3VermontToyota RAV416.9VirginiaTesla Model 310.5WashingtonHyundai KONA20.1West VirginiaToyota Corolla29.7WisconsinFord Bronco Sport23.1WyomingChevrolet Equinox35.7The fastest-selling used car in the most states is the Tesla Model 3 in six.SUVs are the fastest-selling vehicle type in 20 states.The fastest-selling new vehicle across all states is the Tesla Model 3 in Colorado, which takes 7.5 days to sell.

Buyers who are making a used car purchase might have difficulty finding these in-demand vehicles, and may end up paying a premium for them amid microchip-related inventory constraints. As demand continues to outpace supply for new cars, consumers should act quickly if they see their desired vehicle for sale, and buyers may have to be flexible on color and trim options for in-demand models.

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