Blow out candles on birthdays. Set off fireworks on the Fourth of July. Eat a turkey on Thanksgiving. There are timeless traditions that happen year after year after year. Flipping cars or burning couches during celebrations/riots is something that happens too. Tradition? Not so much. There may have not been any riots following the New York Giants Super Bowl win, but let’s say a riot did happen to break out. Signs would have been ripped out of the concrete, police officers armed with shields and batons would try to quell the madness and cars would be flipped, possibly set on fire.
There’s nothing good about riots, the destruction and inevitable clean-up can cost millions of dollars. However, if a riot was to break out, it should be a new tradition to only flip certain types of cars. Flipping a bread truck would be pretty epic, but that would be selfish. The darn thing is so heavy it would probably take an intricate pulley system to get it back on its wheels. If you find yourself in a swarm of people trying to overturn a car, make sure it’s lightweight and a late model. Seeing your brand new Fusion or 3-Series flipped would probably ruin your day, if not week/month. This is why we’ve compiled a list of recommended lightweight, compact cars to flip.
Except for a few vehicles we’ve included to flip out of principle for being ugly or just automotive failures, all these cars are featherweights. And by featherweights, we mean under 2,600 pounds. That’s like Walrus-light. No, it’s like baby hippopotamus-light. Keep reading for the entire list.
There’s something we call #cardealerspeak on Google+ and Twitter. It’s the epitome of why buying a used car or truck is bad, in fact, it’s why the whole process of buying a used vehicle is broken. Mojo Motors wants to fix the system. We want to make it easier for you to get in and out of a dealership in the vehicle you want with a great discount price. We want to bring the experience of buying a car into the 21st century by being online, transparent and offer awesome customer service.
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Spending thousands of dollars on a car can be stressful. It’s why most people hate the idea of going to a dealer because, let’s face it, buying a car sucks. Here’s where Mojo Motors comes in. We’re going to do the best we can to make it better. We’ve taken some of the biggest car buying complaints and addressed each one with a resource and tool on our website. Keep reading and see how buying a car doesn’t have to be so bad.
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.
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