Buick celebrates V-E Day by paying a tribute to their M18 Hellcat tank. Story here.
If you read The Monday Grind blog post this morning, you know Chevrolet has resurrected the Stingray name for the 2014 Corvette. We took some of our favorite pictures from the web and posted them below.
We also messed around with Chevrolet’s paint and wheel simulator to put together some sweet combinations (white paint and black wheels FTW). Make the jump to see the brand new 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray unveiled on Sunday, January 13, 2013.
There was a flurry of vehicle unveilings at the NAIAS and the Corvette Stingray was one of them.
On December 21, 2012 the world was supposed to end. It didn’t. How do we know the world didn’t end? First off, you’re reading this blog post. Second off, none of the following things happened.
Side note, if you follow us on Twitter, you may have seen some of these Tweets a few weeks ago. [keep reading...]
General Motors killed the bench seat and other news you might have missed over the weekend.
Watch the video below posted on German Car Scene and ask yourself if you ever heard this type of sound coming from a VW Golf?
There’s a few sayings about good salespeople. They can sell snow to an eskimo or a pair of gloves to a hand-less man or wool to a baby sheep farmer. No matter how good some the salespeople, there are cars that are a real struggle to sell. What is the reason why cars don’t sell? Reputation.
A few years ago, Buick was notorious for being the official car of old people and would have been included on this list. However, after a massive brand turnaround, Buick is catering to younger buyers and their reputation is changing. The brands included below have some serious reputation issues. So bad, in fact, that Zig Ziglar would struggle to sell these and he’s pretty much the most famous salesman in the world. If a dealership wants to find out who their best salespeople are, give them an inventory of these cars and you’ll know who can really sell a loaf of bread to a person with a wheat allergy.
For help with this article, we asked Mojo Motors’ regional sales manager, Bryan Jennings, for his take on the matter. As a wholesale car buyer and manager in a previous life, he knows what kind of cars shoppers want to buy. Keep reading for the five hardest used cars to sell.
Last weekend, GM’s marketing head honcho, Joel Ewanick, resigned. Business Insider covered it, the Detroit News covered it and a whole bunch of other websites covered the story too. People had a love-hate relationship with the man. He’s the automotive world’s frenemy. Think of Ewanick like coffee. It’s bad for your teeth and probably your health, but it’s just the kick in the pants most people need to get their day started.
Ewanick fired advertising agencies, started a war with Facebook and said Super Bowl commercials were a waste of money. Ewanick also changed company culture, developed an advertising strategy to save GM billions, helped turn around a failing brand, took risks with their media spends and demanded creative ideas. So what does Ewanick’s exit mean for Mojo Motors, car shoppers and dealerships? Let’s take a look.