Here's why car prices are skyrocketing across Canada 1

Here’s why car prices are skyrocketing across Canada

 

Ongoing supply chain issues have led to shortages in new and used cars, driving up vehicle prices with no relief in sight.

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  1. A 2000 Corolla, not-certified, with no tires and no engine = selling for $12,000 used. That’s now the ‘low price’ on today’s used car market. Everything else is higher, much higher. A 20-year old or older used car that is certified easily sells for $18,000 or more.

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