Picking out a used car or truck to buy isn’t easy, especially because there are so many different types available. MojoMotors.com has over 300 types of vehicles, so it’s best to know what makes the most sense for you before starting a blind search. If you find yourself needing some help when picking out a used car or truck, check out the most popular cars that were searched on our website last month. The following used cars and trucks are popular for a reason – reliability, great value, good gas mileage, etc.
If you find yourself still struggling to figure out what type of used vehicle to buy, let us know, we can probably help. Actually, check that…we can definitely help. And if you’re looking for an unpopular car to buy, than the Subaru Baja is for you. It is more unpopular than Lebron James at Cleveland sports bar.
Keep reading to see who made the Top 20 cut last month.
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.
Based on the most popular Mojo Motors used car searches from October, if you’re looking to buy a used car to help you blend-in, go with a Toyota. If you want a used car that will make you stand out, buy a Smart ForTwo. Plus, we have the most popular pick up truck searches, most popular minivan searches and infographics of the 10 most popular car searches, the 10 most popular automaker searches and the least searched automakers. Keep in mind Mojo Motors only currently serves the New England market including Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut and New Hampshire so this data doesn’t speak for the other 46 states. Oh, and if you feel so inclined, here’s a recap of the most popular and unpopular searches in September for comparison. Keep reading for all the factoids.