If you’re ready to part with your car, you could sell or trade it to a dealership with little to no hassle. However, you’ll likely give up a significant amount of your sale price, as dealerships need to add in their markup when reselling your vehicle. [keep reading]
Mojo Motors has two wildly popular features. One, happy people that change after reloading the homepage and two, the price history box (shown below) where shoppers can see how much dealers have dropped the price of a car.
The price history box, along with price drop alerts, are consistently mentioned by shoppers as a Mojo feature they love. Let’s be real, you’d have to be a crazy person to not like getting alerts when dealers are dropping prices on the cars you want! Anyways, here’s what’s new when you search on Mojo Motors. [keep reading]
Article by Mark Brandt for Dealer Lead Track
Dealer Lead Track today announces our rapidly growing dealer partner subscribers can automatically populate incoming customer lead information from Mojo Motors emails directly into Dealer Lead Track’s CRM ILM lead management system helping independent used car dealers manage every incoming email from Mojo Motors properly. [keep reading]
In less than a year, Mojo Motors has compiled a stash of awards for industry-leading design, changing the way people shop for used cars online and having an incredibly cool team of people. Organizations have been tooting our horn these days and we’re completely humbled from the response. We couldn’t be happier about being recognized for making a difference in the automotive space and we hope to build on this success. See below for the guys doing the horn tooting.
Automotive Website Awards – Rising Star Award [Link]
WMA WebAward – Automobile Standard of Excellence [Link]
Interactive Media Awards – Outstanding Achievement [Link]
Each year we find search for new products and companies that haven’t been discovered before our AWA research. Industry peers and advocates for the AWAs gave us tips for companies that we should review and consider for the Rising Star awards. The Rising Star winners are picked based on the length of product release, number of dealers using the product, what is needed for the product to catch fire and more. One of three great companies to take home the award this year is Mojo Motors. [keep reading]
We’ve all been witness to auto rebranding during the course of our lives. Some of the most recognizable vehicles on the market become strangers upon the release of a new model. Logos we’ve learned to identify on sight change overnight and leave us confused. Even those mottos, the sayings that stick in our heads or the jingles that become earworms, change from year to year.
How, as marketers and sales professionals, can anyone be sure which rebrands will take off and which will sputter to a stop? Careful planning is necessary, along with plenty of feedback from customers. You can also take a page out of these auto giants’ books. Here are some auto rebrands that really worked. [keep reading]
Here’s the sneak peak at the 2014 Go Daddy Super Bowl commercial. It might actually be their funniest one, yet.
A couple weeks ago, Autoblog published the Top 10 Best Selling vehicles in 2013. The best-selling vehicles doesn’t always equate to what shoppers Follow the most on Mojo. Why? Because shoppers Follow cars they aspire to buy. Almost everyone would love a Wrangler or 3-Series or a Mustang, but for a family of five taking a road trip, those cars sound like a nightmare. [keep reading]
The Wolf of Wall Street is one of the most graphic and excessive movies I have ever seen. As a consequence, the outstanding vehicle lineup is overshadowed by a barrage of white collar crime, drugs, and naked women. But seriously, the cars are downright impressive.
Most of the fly whips belong to Jordan Belfort, a Wall Street weasel played by my favorite actor, Leonardi DiCaprio. Be warned, Leo does not always treat his sports cars (or anything else for that matter) with the respect that they deserve. Over the course of the film, Jordan’s modes of transportation chronicle his progression up the socioeconomic ladder. In the opening scene, he’s taking the bus to his first day on Wall Street. A few scenes later, his hair is slicked back and he is whipping a twosome of classic Jags. Soon enough, he’s gunning it down the highway in a Miami Vice-inspired white Ferrari while his wife, well, never mind.
It’s all helicopters, yachts, and Lambos from that point on. Oh, and his buddies have some flashy rides as well. [keep reading]
Automobile insurance rates are based on your driving record, the type of car you drive, the area where you live and the deductible you choose to pay. If you live in a city with one of the worst car theft rates, expect higher premiums (monthly payments). If you live in a state with high premiums to start, you might want to buy a used Honda Fit to save money on gas, instead.
We looked at a couple of different sources to compile our data like the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB). The bureau maintains a “Hot Spots” list of the cities with the highest rates of vehicle theft. The second source was a BankRate.com report about the most expensive premiums in the U.S. [keep reading]