Since the last few years, the market for used cars has changed a lot. This is one of the most interesting trends.

We're not talking about how much a 2013 Toyota Camry costs; we're talking about the markets for high-end

sports, power, and classic cars, all of which have grown a lot since the COVID-19 pandemic. Unfortunately,

auto stores quickly noticed this trend as well, which led to a time when prices for popular cars were marked up a

lot more than they should have been. The Dodge Challenger SRT Demon 170 and the C8 Chevrolet Corvette

Z06 have been hit the hardest. Some Dodge sellers have been accused of charging more than $100,000 more than the Demon 170's list price.