Certain cars tend to appear on the road more often than others, whether it’s because they tend to be more available, they’re more affordable, or they’re considered especially popular, reliable or fashionable.

Car search engine ISeeCars.com recently completed an analysis of more than 4.4 million new and used cars sold between March and June 2020, tracking demand for various makes and models based on the duration of time it takes for them to leave the lot.

One notable trend is that demand has cooled significantly during the coronavirus pandemic, which makes sense considering people are largely stuck at home and millions of people are out of work.

New cars took an average of 96.9 days to sell during the March to June period. A previous analysis of 4.8 million car sales from Nov. 2019 through Feb. 2020 found it took an average of 57.8 days for a new car to sell. In the used car market, an average of 68.9 days passed for a vehicle to sell from March to June, compared to 50.1 days during the pre-COVID analysis.

The study broke down sales by various markets to determine the most popular new and used cars in each metropolitan area.

“Many of these fastest-selling vehicles are popular cars that are hard to find for reasons such as the effect of the pandemic on supply chains, they were produced in limited quantities, or that they are new models that aren’t yet abundant in the used car marketplace,” iSeeCars CEO Phong Ly said.

Below is a look at the top five fastest-selling new and used cars in Philadelphia.

 Rank New Car  Days on Market (Avg.)  Used Car  Days on Market (Avg.) 
 1 Chevrolet Trailblazer  17.3  Kia Niro  42.7 
 2 Kia Telluride  28.9  Kia Rio  44.8 
 3  Audi A5 Sportback 34.9  BMW 4 Series  45.0 
 4 Mercedes-Benz GLB  37.6  Subaru WRX  46.7 
 5 Kia Seltos  37.6  Jaguar F-PACe  46.8 

Both of the top cars tend to fall within a range that’s generally considered pretty affordable, both for new and used cars. A new, 2021 Chevy Trailblazer usually ranges between $20,000-$25,000, while a used Kia Niro model from the past few years can range from $16,000-$22,000.

The full study offers a further breakdown of new and used car sales by brand and car type. Here’s a look at the overall fastest-selling new and used cars across all markets.

Here are the 12 fastest-selling new vehicles:

 Rank Vehicle  Days to Sell (Avg.) 
 1 Chevrolet Trailblazer  19.0 
 2 Kia Telluride  25.7 
 3 Kia Seltos  31.3 
 4 Honda CR-V Hybrid  35.2 
 5 Hyundai Palisade  39.0 
 6 Mercedes-Benz GLB  40.5 
 7 Chevrolet Bolt EV  41.7 
 8 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid  42.5 
 9 Subaru Crosstrek  44.7 
 10 Lexus GX 460  46.1 
 11 Buick Encore GX  46.6 
 12 Subaru Forester  47.3 

Here are the 10 fastest-selling used vehicles:

 Rank Vehicle  Days to Sell (Avg.)  Average Price 
 1 Tesla Model 3  29.3  $44,072 
 2 BMW X6  43.0  $40,235 
 3 Subaru BRZ  44.5  $20,276 
 4 Toyota Yaris  44.8  $14,118 
 5 Honda Civic  47.4  $16,725 
 6 Tesla Model X  47.6  $68,380 
 7 Infiniti Q60  49.4  $30,726 
 8 Honda Accord  50.0  $18,702 
 9 Toyota Corolla Hatchback  50.2  $18,602 
 10 Tesla Model 5  50.7  $53,776