When you look at the search results on AutoGlance, you will notice that the positioning of the cars usually forms a diagonal line that runs from the bottom left of the screen to the top right of the screen. The reason for this is simple: the cheaper cars at the top of the screen are generally higer mileage cars (hence why they are cheap), whereas the more expensive cars are generally lower mileage cars (hence why they are more expensive).
(Keep in mind that AutoGlance has already hidden a majority of the cars, so even though what your seeing is the best of the best, there are still better and worse deals within).
This positioning makes it real easy to identify the good deals and to ignore the bad deals. Good deals will have an exceptionally low price as well as exceptionally low mileage, and therefore will be ‘outside’ of the diagonal line, at the top left of the screen. Bad deals will have an exceptionally high price as well as exceptionally high mileage, and therefore will be ‘outside’ of the diagonal line, at the bottom right of the screen.