The used car industry has been serving up epically bad experiences for decades. It’s a tough stigma to break, but thanks to the research car shoppers are doing online, the ugly business of buying a car isn’t so ugly anymore. Sure, it takes a little digital elbow grease for shoppers to figure out which trims and packages they want, but it’s worth it when trying to find the best used car to buy.
Mojo Motors has been relieving the headache of used car shopping for about three years. Shoppers Follow cars they like and we send alerts when prices drop. Pretty easy, eh? Here’s the problem. It isn’t easy making everything on Mojo Motors seem nice and simple. There’s an ugliness behind the scenes. [keep reading]
If you’ve been using Mojo Motors to shop for a used car or truck, you probably have seen the sold email. You can see what it looks like below.
This email accomplishes a couple of things. It not only lets you know when cars you’re ‘Following’ or you’ve looked at are sold, but also fills you in on some details, namely, the total price drop and number of price drops. It also lets you report the car you bought by clicking the, “I bought it!” button. If you bought a car in one of these emails, here’s why you should let us know. [keep reading]
The Mojo Motors Facebook page currently has over 150,000 likes and to “like” Mojo Motors on Facebook there are a few requirements. Actually, this isn’t technically true because anyone can like us, but be warned. Before committing yourself and your News Feed to Mojo Motors posts ask yourself a few questions:
Dodge wants to replace the beleaguered Caliber. Wait, you don’t know what the Dodge Caliber is? That is precisely why Dodge wants to launch a brand new compact model. From the sounds of it, Dodge won’t call their new compact a Hornet (named after the Hudson Hornet), but with no other alternative, the Mojo Motors Blog will refer to Dodge’s new concept as the Hornet.