Mojo Motors has an updated feature that is helping used car shoppers get the latest news on the car they wanted. It’s real-time alerts that ping a potential buyer with new information on a particular used car. [keep reading]
The Subaru Forester was introduced to the American market in 1997 and was one of the first types of crossovers available for sale. Foresters are known for their AWD systems that take on snow with ease, a four-cylinder boxer engine and a strong safety rating.
The 3rd Generation of Foresters between 2008 and 2013 have won a host of awards including Motor Trend Sport/Utility of the Year and a IIHS Top Safety Pick. If you’re looking for a used Forester, refer to the breakdown below to understand how the different trims affect each Foresters price. [keep reading]
The car dealer will tell you what a good price is on a car. KBB will tell you something different. So will Craigslist or Carfax. No matter what, shoppers are always concerned they’re going to overpay on a used car and that the used car they’re buying is unreliable or has hidden problems.
One reason why you are already using Mojo Motors is because you want alerts when dealers drop prices. If you’re not getting alerts, just Follow your favorite cars and we’ll make sure to let you know when the dealer drops prices.
Those price drop alerts, delivered right to your email inbox, along with the vehicles price history, are your ticket to knowing whether or not you’re overpaying for a used car. Topping it all off, we’ve got a great article on how to find a mechanic so you can make sure you’re buying a safe and reliable car. [keep reading]
Since Furby, the bird-like robot toy, which hit markets in the 1998, the Artificial Intelligence toy market has seen impressive growth each holiday season. This year, Silicon Valley based robotics startup, Anki, has joined the mix with their new car game, Anki Drive. Last weekend, I had the pleasure of trying out the impressive Anki Drive at the home of a beta-tester and tech enthusiast.
Artificial Intelligence is when computers or technology can accomplish tasks that require human intelligence. For example, that crazy looking Furby could learn words. I taught my sister’s Furby a few choice phrases, which the Furby said to my sister. Upon discovering this, my parents were not impressed. [keep reading]
Most people think that paying cash at a dealership for a used car will get them a better deal. A cash deal for the customer usually ends up being a better deal, but not everyone can afford paying for a $17,000 used car for sale with cash.
That’s why many shoppers will finance and dealers like this. While the average price of a used car continues to drop, dealerships need to make a profit somewhere and they do that one of three ways. [keep reading]