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NASCAR race car VS regular car

NASCAR chevy cars for 2013

NASCAR is the biggest racing league in the United States. The National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing has used factory-ish vehicles since its early days, more than six decades ago. Quite a bit has changed since then, as the original race cars were “strictly stock” and were just factory vehicles with safety and performance modifications. Ever wonder how the current “stock” cars compare to what you can buy from the factory? Let’s take a look.

For this comparison, let’s look at the 2013 NASCAR season, as the stats on the newest cars are still being sorted out. That year, Chevrolet debuted the brand new Chevrolet Malibu, but saw NASCAR move to a Chevrolet SS on the new “Gen 6” racecar chassis. Sure, Chevy also launched the fantastic SS street car that year, but it is a low-volume premium sedan. NASCAR is about making racing for everyone, and the Malibu is more in-line with being a car for everyone. As you will see, there are slight differences besides the names. [keep reading]

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]

Mobile traffic hits 50% on Mojo

Many websites are experiencing an increase in mobile traffic, but Mojo Motors is seeing some serious needle movement. According to Mary Meeker’s 2013 Internet Trends, mobile made up 15% of website traffic. Mojo Motors saw about 30% of traffic from mobile in the first half of 2013. By the end of 2013, however, we’re seeing over 50% of traffic on mobile.

Mobile Traffic Trend Graph

In three months, from October to December 2013, there was a jump from 35% to nearly 55%. There are a couple of reasons for the substantial growth. [keep reading]

Mojo Motors Lets Used Car Ads Come To You (About.com)

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Story by Keith Griffin of About.com Used Cars

Mojo Motors has an updated feature that is helping used car shoppers get the latest news on the car they wanted. It’s real-time alerts that ping a potential buyer with new information on a particular used car. [keep reading]

[Update] How to shop for used cars online

Mojo Motors is making it faster and easier to shop for a used car. That’s a fact. You know what else is a fact? That you, car shopper, will spend 11 hours online researching, viewing price histories and Following your favorite used cars. Now look at this picture of a happy person.

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That happy person could be you one day. If you’re just entering the world of car shopping, you are probably questioning if you should buy new or used or what is a CPO car? Irregardless of whether you’re about to purchase your car or still just getting started, here’s how Mojo Motors is going to make it easy and save you coin so you can be happier than a dude eating the biggest cheeseburger in the world. [keep reading]

3 things to know before you call a dealership

Calling Dealerships You found the used car or truck you want on Mojo Motors. Now what? What most people don’t know is it can take 24 hours for online inventory listings to update. That means a car that is listed as “available” may have been sold already. The vehicle that looks like it’s available today, may have actually been sold yesterday. Spare yourself the heartbreak and wasted time by calling the dealership.

I’ve heard some horror stories of people driving hours to a dealership for the car of their dreams only to find out it isn’t available. I don’t want you to make the same mistake because it leaves shoppers angry and bitter while buying a used car or truck. All of this can be avoided by knowing these three things before calling a dealer. [keep reading]

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