Searching for cheap used cars in Kansas? A lot of industry experts now suggest you commit no more than 1/10 of your total annual income on a used car.
If you earn $37,044 a year (the average household income in Kansas), you would would spend just $3,704. Some cars with high mileage are better than others. Consumer Reports is a good reference for which used cars and trucks hold up best, and you can have a look at the Kelley Blue Book (KBB.com) to assess Kansas used car prices.