used car buying tips

Ford, GM, Toyota Shares Could Rev on Auto Sales Report (TheStreet.com)

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Article by Bret Kenwell for TheStreet

NEW YORK — General Motors, Ford, and Toyota shares could get a boost if March auto sales numbers due out next Tuesday come in better than expected. The sales numbers should exceed analysts’ expectations — welcome relief for investors in automakers’ shares, which haven’t fared so well this month. [keep reading]

Hint For Buying Your Next Car: Use Some Mojo (TheStreet.com)

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NEW YORK — Are you one of those car shoppers who buys a new car every few years or simply leases a car because shopping for a used car makes your brain burst and steam shoot out your ears? Try a visit the more sedate and simple to use MojoMotors.com. [keep reading]

Dealer Lead Track Deploys Mojo Motors CRM Email Auto Population Feature

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Article by Mark Brandt for Dealer Lead Track

Dealer Lead Track today announces our rapidly growing dealer partner subscribers can automatically populate incoming customer lead information from Mojo Motors emails directly into Dealer Lead Track’s CRM ILM lead management system helping independent used car dealers manage every incoming email from Mojo Motors properly. [keep reading]

Don’t do these 5 things when buying a used car

1. Don’t buy a car in the first ten days it’s been listed. Unless you have a great deal staring at you in the face, be patient. Dealerships don’t typically lower the price of a vehicle in the first ten days of listing it online. Any cars still available after that ten day window are fair game to negotiate and bargain your way to a great deal. If the price is still high after a price drop and you’re not in a rush to buy, just keep waiting. The typical used car on Mojo Motors drops in price about three times before being sold.

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