You may have heard car sales are on the up and up in the U.S. In fact, according to this Bloomberg article, the U.S. auto market is honing in on its fifth straight year of growth. This has only happened one other time since WWII from 1996 to 2000 when over 16 million cars were sold a year.
After the government initiated “cash for clunkers” in 2009 there was a shortage on used cars causing prices to skyrocket. In fact, by 2012 used car prices were at historic highs, since then however, prices have begun to drop. [keep reading]
You already know that summer is the best time to buy a used car or truck. It’s because dealers are dropping prices more often and taking more money off than any other time of the year. Proof lives in the graph below.
If you’re on the fence about what type of vehicle to buy or just looking for a value, consider one of the ten following vehicles to buy this summer that either drop in price most frequently or have the greatest total price drop. After you figure out the car you want, read how to use Mojo Motors to save even more. [keep reading]
The king of popularity is the Subaru Impreza which retains its crown as the most searched vehicle on Mojo Motors in the month of November. Winners last month also include the Toyota Tacoma which jumps from fifth place to second place and the number six Ford F-150 making its premier in the top 10. Jeep made some moves too, boasting two vehicles in the top 10. The Wrangler comes in third place and the Grand Cherokee in seventh. For the second straight month, Toyota is the most searched brand on Mojo Motors and for the first time, Volvo and GMC have made it into top 10, kicking out poor-performing losers like BMW and Audi. For a more comprehensive breakdown, keep reading below.