Cars So Hot They’re Out of Stock

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11. Mercedes-Benz GLS
> Avg. days on lot: 42.9
> 2018 sales: 21,973
> 2017 sales: 32,248
> Starting at: $70,150

The full-size second generation Mercedes GLS, the maker’s feature-laden flagship luxury SUV, is one of two Mercedes models to make the list this year. While there are no significant changes from the previous year’s model, the units continue to sell quickly.

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10. Audi Q7
> Avg. days on lot: 42.5
> 2018 sales: 37,417
> 2017 sales: 38,346
> Starting at: $53,550

Sales of the full-size Audi Q7 took off in 2017, with the introduction of the feature-laden second generation of this luxury crossover, which appeared in the No. 2 slot of the list last year. Demand and sales stayed strong in 2018.

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9. Acura RDX
> Avg. days on lot: 41.0
> 2018 sales: 63,580
> 2017 sales: 51,295
> Starting at: $37,400

The Acura RDX luxury crossover SUV has been redesigned inside and out for 2019. In production since 2006, the midsize RDX is now in its third generation. Sales climbed more than 10% in 2018 over 2017, and the vehicles sold within 41 days of reaching the dealer lot, on average.

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8. Nissan Kicks
> Avg. days on lot: 40.4
> 2018 sales: 23,312
> 2017 sales: N/A
> Starting at: $18,540

The new Nissan Kicks mass-market crossover SUV is finding a following since it debuted in 2018, replacing the Nissan Juke. Priced below other vehicles in the same class, the Kicks carries a nice array of safety and tech gear.

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7. BMW i3
> Avg. days on lot: 39.9
> 2018 sales: 6,117
> 2017 sales: 6,276
> Starting at: $44,450

It is the sixth model year for BMW’s luxury compact mini-hatchback i3 hybrid. This niche auto isn’t gathering dust on the lot, selling in under 40 days. The new i3, which had an update in 2018, is green not just because of its hybrid engine, but also because much of its interior is built using recycled material.