used car stats

Summer is the time to ‘Follow’ cars and save

We wrote about summer being a great time to buy here. It all starts in May when dealerships drop prices on used cars and trucks the most. Not only are they dropping prices more often, they’re chipping more off the price too.

Used Car infographic

Since the average used car stays on a dealer’s lot for about 40 days and will drop in price about three times, ‘Following’ a car on Mojo Motors will keep you alerted anytime something happens to the used car or truck you want most. If you’re not sure about what type of vehicle you want most, check out the best used cars to buy this summer.

If you’re already set on a few types of vehicles, keep reading to see how Mojo Motors will do the work for you while you shop.  [keep reading]

Why Suzuki is leaving the U.S. market

Suzuki is dead. Deader than all the leaves you see on your front lawn this fall. Deader than Romney’s bid for presidency (too soon?). Deader than that weird animal that washed up on the shore of some Long Island beach.

Suzuki Going out of business

On the day of the 2012 presidential election, Suzuki announced they would be filing for bankruptcy. Suzuki sold 2,023 cars in October. In October of 2011, they sold about 1,900. With this kind of wild growth, did Suzuki announce its U.S. departure too soon? Absolutely not because first of all, I was being facetious about wild growth and second of all, aside from the Sidekick AKA Escudo and the Samurai, Suzuki never quite got its footing here in the States. [keep reading]

Mojo Motors used car search infographics

Most and Least Searched Automakers on Mojo Motors ImageUsed cars and trucks are sort of our thing, actually check that, used cars and trucks are our thing. We have vehicles listings in Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island, so basically Mojo Motors is pushing lots and lots of used rides in New England. As Mojo Motors continues to expand into new reaches of the United States, we continue to uncover interesting information on used car buyers. More specifically, what used car shoppers are searching for on the Mojo Motors website.

September’s numbers have been crunched, the paper’s been pushed and with some mathematical skills we’ve determined the most popular used cars and trucks in New England. We’ve also found the most popular automakers as well as the most unpopular automaker and model searches too. The results may be surprising. Make the jump to see the results and poorly made infographics.

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