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For those looking to buy a new used car, Consumer Reports created the best rated used sedans from 2008-20010 that can be found at the cheapest price.

The manufacturers suggested retail price is based on when the car was new.

All of the models listed have at least average reliability, according to the latest subscriber survey done by Consumer reports.

10 2010 Mazda6
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Average price buying from dealer: $12,625

Manufacturers suggested retail price: $20,470

Drop in retail value: 38 percent

This Mazda is liked for its sporty driving dynamics, styling and expansive room. The base engine is slightly underpowered and doesn't have great fuel economy, according to U.S. News.

9 2008 Toyota Prius
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Average price buying from dealer: $13,175

Manufacturers suggested retail price: $22,475

Drop in retail value: 41 percent

The Prius has exceptional fuel economy and a roomy interior. The highway performance, however, is lackluster, according to U.S. News.

8 2008 Toyota Camry LE
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Average price buying from dealer: $12,700

Manufacturers suggested retail price: $21,075

Drop in retail value: 40 percent

The Camry has a higher-end engine, plenty of space in the cabin and cargo, but was rated not as thrilling on the road as the Honda Accord, which is the competitor model.

7 2009 Ford Fusion SE
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Average price buying from dealer: $12,450

Manufacturers suggested retail price: $24,345

Drop in retail value: 49 percent

The 2009 fusion has outstanding reliability and safety scores as well as lots of space. The inside equipment had mixed reviews, according to U.S. News.

6 2009 Mazda6 S
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Average price buying from dealer: $12,075

Manufacturers suggested retail price: $24,130

Drop in retail value: 50 percent

This version of the Mazda6 has great handling and huge amounts of space in the cabin and trunk. It was not rated well for fuel economy, its base engine or quality of interior materials, according to U.S. News.

5 2008 Nissan Altima
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Average price buying from dealer: $11,750

Manufacturers suggested retail price: $20,580

Drop in retail value: 43 percent

The Altima has a sporty, sleek feel to it as well as one of the highest rankings in fuel economy. Rear seating is cramped though.

4 2009 Mercury Milan
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Average price buying from dealer: $10,500

Manufacturers suggested retail price: $22,995

Drop in retail value: 54 percent

Similar to the benefits of the 2008 version, this has a spacious interior, safety ratings and a sporty handling. The base engine and the fuel economy of the 2009 are subpar, according to U.S. News.

3 2008 Ford Fusion SE
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Average price buying from dealer: $10,025

Manufacturers suggested retail price: $19,060

Drop in retail value: 47 percent

It has European-style handling and a spacious interior; the only negative that U.S. News reported was the small instrumentation that is hard to read.

2 2008 Mercury Milan
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Average price buying from dealer: $9,875

Manufacturers suggested retail price: $24,195

Drop in retail value: 59 percent

The Milan has good interior room and trunk space and good crash scores. It does have a relatively weak engine, according to U.S. News.

1 2008 Mazda6 i
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Average price buying from dealer: $9,775

Manufacturers suggested retail price: $20,800

Drop in retail value: 53 percent

The Mazda6 is liked for its sports-like feel. It had good test results, yet was rated less well for its somewhat sluggish start from a stop, according to U.S. News.