is there a way to get the listings in the order of largest $ disparity to average $ ?

Asked by radiantheatplusinc Feb 03, 2020 at 04:21 PM

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

Does anyone maybe know of a way to get the vehicles listed in the order of
largest price disparity to the average price listed, but in that continuing
order? Would love to see the largest price gap followed by the next largest
price gap from average asking price instead of just perceived best deals
when there are just too many varibles from one same model car to the next
with so many options. From highest to lowest asking price,alot of great
deals get over looked unless each offer is scrutinized carefully.

2 Answers

Dude! There are only the sorting options in the pull down menu. Be smart and use them as best you can. There is no "average" price for all the cars available. Year, mileage, options, model etc all are factored in which means a simple average would be meaningless. If you narrow your search to a specific model, year and level of trim and options then the average price will be more meaningful in which case sorting for the best deal or lowest price is the closest you will get to what you want.

I know what you want. If you could export all the data into an Excel spreadsheet you could find the absolute cheapest car out there but the bad news is once you found it, it would turn out to be a total POS!

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