Perhaps no market has felt the impact of supply chain disruption as much as the automotive sector.
Chip shortages have led to lower dealer inventories and work stoppages across the country, pushing prices for new and used vehicles up.
In answer, BestBrokers.com recently offered a look at the prices of the top 10 best-selling vehicles in the US, comparing their current and 2019 base model prices.
The 2nd best-selling car, according to data from Edmunds, leads the way in MSRP increase. The price of the Chevy Silverado has risen 22.2% since 2019.
Second in price increase and 9th on the sales list is the GMC Sierra 1500, with a price increase of 19.5%.
The Honda Civic, which 7. ise on sale, followed by a 15% price increase, followed by the best-selling Ford F-150, which recorded a price increase of 11.9%.
The Ram 1500 (3rd on sale), Honda CR-V (5e on sale), as well as Toyota’s RAV 4 (4e), Camry (6e), Highlander (8e) and Tacoma (10.)e) all saw an increase from 5.15% to 9.6%.