By Jason Siu, May 22, 2017

If you’re shopping for a used car, this list might come in handy.

A recent study has found the top 10 cars most likely to have been in an accident, which is something you’ll want to keep in mind if you’re in the market for a used car. WikiLender examined more than 2.4 million vehicles from the model year 2009 and up, in both wholesale and retail markets to find which cars had the highest percentage of repaired accidents.

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In order to determine if a vehicle had a reported accident, WikiLender used Experian Autocheck. To determine vehicles in an unreported accident, it used auction condition reports that showed more than one metal body panel with signs of paintwork in cases where the Autocheck report did not show an accident.

Here are the top 10 cars most likely to have been in an accident.

10. Infiniti QX60

According to the study, 8 percent of Infiniti QX60 SUVs have been in reported accidents, while another 5.5 percent have been in unreported accidents.

9. Lexus CT 200h

Approximately 8.7 percent of Lexus CT 200h models have been involved in reported accidents, while another 5 percent have been in unreported accidents.

8. Cadillac ATS

The Cadillac ATS sees 8.5 percent of its vehicles involved in reported accidents, along with an additional 5.6 percent in unreported accidents.

7. Audi A5

Audi’s popular and sporty coupe is involved in its fair share of accidents, with 9.5 percent in reported accidents and another 4.7 percent in unreported accidents.

6. Lexus RX 350

There are plenty of Lexus RX 350 crossovers in today’s roadways, so it’s no surprise it’s on the list. The study found that 10.5 percent of them have been in reported accidents, while another 3.8 percent have been in unreported accidents.

5. Infiniti JX

The Infiniti JX no longer exists, having been replaced by the QX60, but older models are still showing up on accident reports. Data shows 9.3 percent have been in reported accidents, while another 5.4 percent have been in unreported accidents.

4. Jaguar XJ

The only British car on the list is the Jaguar XJ, with 8.2 percent in reported accidents and another 7.5 percent in unreported accidents.

3. Land Rover Range Rover Evoque

Luxury crossovers and SUVs are popular on this list, with the Range Rover Evoque from Land Rover making an appearance thanks to 10.9 percent of them being involved in reported accidents and an additional 5.6 percent in unreported accidents.

2. BMW X1

BMW’s compact crossover, the X1, finishes second on the list with 12.7 percent in reported accidents and 5.3 percent in unreported accidents.

1. BMW 4 Series

And the top car most likely to have been in an accident is the BMW 4 Series, with 11.5 percent of them in reported accidents and 7.0 percent in unreported accidents.

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