Some car review sites and magazines name the best cars to buy based on reliability, safety or price. Even we have been known to highlight the best cars to buy based on biggest price drops. Thing is, everyone is touting the same handful of cars over and over and over again. And people are actually eating it up.
Doesn’t anyone want to be different? Doesn’t anyone want to be unique and push the boundaries? Sure, buying a car is the second biggest purchase of your life, but your car should be a reflection of your identity and personality. If you want to break out the mold, it’s time to disregard reliability, resale value or gas mileage.
If you want to be like every other wheel-steering and grocery-getting driver, than these cars might be the right one for you. But if you value being unique, then these are definitely the worst cars to buy. [keep reading]
You know how many people are looking to buy a car in America? A lot. According to NADA there were 1.2 million automobile sales in October. That’s 10.5% more than last year. Before buying, there are a lot of questions to be answered.
Mojo Motors is making it faster and easier to shop for a used car. That’s a fact. You know what else is a fact? That you, car shopper, will spend 11 hours online researching, viewing price histories and Following your favorite used cars. Now look at this picture of a happy person.
That happy person could be you one day. If you’re just entering the world of car shopping, you are probably questioning if you should buy new or used or what is a CPO car? Irregardless of whether you’re about to purchase your car or still just getting started, here’s how Mojo Motors is going to make it easy and save you coin so you can be happier than a dude eating the biggest cheeseburger in the world. [keep reading]
You’re shopping for a used car and in the midst of that long, exhaustive process. You’ve already figured out the types of cars you want and what you need out of the perfect used car. You’re searching on Mojo Motors when a car you’re Following gets a price drop, bringing it into your budget. You have two options, visit the dealer or call them. You decide to call the dealer first. You don’t want to waste time driving to the dealer only to find out the vehicle was sold. Before you call, you need to know a few things. [keep reading]
The Honda Accord was first introduced to the American market in 1981. Since then, the Accord has been one of the most popular cars on the road. On Mojo Motors, used Honda Accords from the 2010 model year are the most popular and most prevalent. And at only a few years old, many 2010 Accords qualify for a manufacturers certified pre-owned (CPO) programs and have under 40,000 miles.
Shoppers looking to purchase a Honda Accord notice there are a few different trims like LX, LX-P, EX and EX-L. So what’s the difference between all the different Accord trims? We’ll explain, along with the average price for each trim, number of price drops and how much they drop in price before selling. [keep reading
As of November 6, 2013, the Craigslist For Sale sections no longer allow external links in ads. Over the past few months, Craigslist has made some significant changes to their For Sale sections and yesterday they made their biggest. It’s a change that will profoundly affect how many dealerships post on Craigslist.
Craigslist no longer allow external links in any ads. A reader may cut and paste a text link, but that will obviously result in substantially less ‘click-through’ than previous ads. As with Craigslist’s earlier changes, this adjustment further reinforces that a post must contain all the relevant information for a vehicle. [keep reading]
Mojo Motors recently studied the most popular used cars by state from the last 30 days.* To find out the most popular used cars by state, we looked at cars with the most Follows. Shoppers who sign up for a free Mojo Motors account can Follow their favorite cars to get alerts when dealers drop prices, sell cars or add new cars to their inventory. You can learn more about Following cars and Mojo Motors here.
The findings were largely expected, with Camrys, Altimas, Civics and F150s making multiple appearances. There were a few surprises, however. For example, in Maine where some cities experience over 70 inches of snowfall in winter, shoppers are still hot-to-trot on Ford Mustangs. Shoppers in Rhode Island, meanwhile, are Following Kia Sorentos and Chrysler 300s. Select your state below to see what your neighbors are checking out. [keep reading]
Most Philly shoppers spend almost 100 hours researching online for that perfect car. They talk to friends, read dealership reviews, research the makes/models they want most and Follow their favorite cars on Mojo Motors.
If you’re beginning to search for a used car in Philly or already in midst of shopping, make sure you keep these steps in mind to ensure you get a great deal and a great car. [keep reading]
Earlier this week the New York Times published this article with the headline “After Running Hot, Market for Used Cars is Cooling?” Yet, I wonder if the market for used cars is really cooling off? It depends on what your definition is of a “hot market.”
When most people think of a “hot market” they think of high prices and lots of sales. So when most people think of a cooling market, they think of lower prices and fewer sales, but as it turns out, that’s not what’s happening. [keep reading]