A new study from the University of Wisconsin-Madison finds that a Mercedes-Benz E350 GT has an average price tag of $107,000, while a Ford F-150 pickup truck is the most expensive at $84,000.
The average price of a new car is $57,000 in Wisconsin, and the average price for a new pickup truck in Wisconsin is $33,000 per year, the study said.
The study said that the average cost of a used car in Wisconsin ranges from $17,000 to $37,000 a year, and that the median price of the median used car is just under $20,000 dollars.
The research study was conducted by the University’s Department of Economics and Finance and was published in the journal, Applied Economics.
It looked at the median annual gross income of people in Wisconsin in 2014.
The average household income in Wisconsin was $57.8 million in 2014, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
That’s about the same as in 2012, the last year the study was available.
The median income for a family of four was $50,000 and the median income was $49,500 in 2014 for a single person and $51,000 for a couple, the data showed.
Wisconsin has an unemployment rate of 4.7%, but the state’s unemployment rate is at 8.2% because people can’t find jobs.
According to the report, people in the U.S. have about 1.3 million jobs.
The average cost per person for a car in 2014 was $56,000 compared to $53,000 the year before.
The highest cost was a Nissan Versa at $91,000 while the lowest was a Toyota Camry at $60,000 at the end of 2014.