The car dealer will tell you what a good price is on a car. KBB will tell you something different. So will Craigslist or Carfax. No matter what, shoppers are always concerned they’re going to overpay on a used car and that the used car they’re buying is unreliable or has hidden problems.
One reason why you are already using Mojo Motors is because you want alerts when dealers drop prices. If you’re not getting alerts, just Follow your favorite cars and we’ll make sure to let you know when the dealer drops prices.
Those price drop alerts, delivered right to your email inbox, along with the vehicles price history, are your ticket to knowing whether or not you’re overpaying for a used car. Topping it all off, we’ve got a great article on how to find a mechanic so you can make sure you’re buying a safe and reliable car. [keep reading]
I already discussed the pattern of car price drops based on month, if you missed it, read it here. Articles like that can be very useful for shoppers, but may be missing a needed level of granularity. One such item would have been a breakdown of price drops on a vehicle based on specific models.
For example, wouldn’t it be helpful for people looking to buy a used Chevrolet Suburban to know that it drops about 3% in price before being bought or for people looking to buy a Hyundai Genesis that drops 6%? The information in this post should offer better insight on how cars drop in price depending on their model. The average car on Mojo Motors drops more than $800 before being sold, but this number varies model-to-model. [keep reading]
As my long-time readers know, I’m always seeking out resources that help car shoppers save money. This week, I want to alert you to a new web site for used car shoppers that I found to be very unique, useful, and best of all – has the potential to save you lots of money. [keep reading]