Dubious list found by Brittany Chang:
iSeeCars.com analyzed the prices of over 6.9 million new cars for the study, which also includes pickup trucks, SUVS, and noncategorized cars from the 2014 model year also sold that year. These prices were compared to more than 800,000 used cars from the same model year sold between January to October 2019. The “used” prices were adjusted 7.9% for inflation.
Among so-called sports cars are Mazda’s Miata and Porsche 911. Also on the list– Camaro and Mustang and Dodge Challenger– definitely not sports cars.