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]
MojoMotors.com has left the bustling confines of Times Square and made the move to a quieter locale near the Flat Iron District of New York City. Our new address is 40 W. 29th Street New York, New York near some fine little wholesale shops like Hat & Cap and U.S.A. Huatai Group, Inc. Import, Export, Wholesale. We’re sharing our space with ShopToko, a startup offering independent-retailers below-wholesale prices on items. We’re also sharing 29th street with what is sure to be our new favorite coffee shop, Stumptown at the Ace Hotel.
Over the weekend you may have seen Jeff Gordon’s stock car flip over a handful of times and then land on its roof in a violent crash at the Budweiser Shootout in Daytona. Here’s a video. Gordon walked away unscathed, but it goes to show you how important safety is in a sport where cars are going 190+ MPH.
But what about about the rest of us in the real world? What are the safest used cars and trucks for families, new drivers or anyone on a budget? We’ve compiled a list of our top safety picks of used cars under $10,000 that you find on MojoMotors.com. Keep reading for the complete breakdown and check back next week for the safest used cars under $20,000.