Article by Susan Johnston for U.S. News & World Report
Beepi, Instamotor and Mojo Motors are geared up to improve the car-buying process.
Consumers have long distrusted car dealers. In DMEautomotive’s 2014 survey of 2,000 automotive customers, only 1 in 5 perceived car dealer sales representatives as trustworthy. While some consumers choose to cut out the middleman by buying or selling cars on Craigslist or eBay, trust can be even dicier on those sites. However, those wary of these options have a growing number of online alternatives for buying and selling cars. U.S. News looked at three startups that are attempting to improve the car-buying process. [keep reading]