The cheapest states to buy a used car don’t always have to do with the price of the car. A new study shows what it costs for registering a used car will significantly impact your bottom line. Mojo Motors has studied what it costs to register a used car across the United States. There are significant differences in registration fees and sales taxes. As the site points out, “Once those costs are added into the final price, you might be thousands over budget!” [keep reading]
Article by Keith Griffin for TorqueNews
TorqueNews reported, 3 Hyundais are tops in initial quality: the 2014 Genesis, 2014 Elantra and 2014 Accent. Contrast that against a report at UsedCars.About.com on the 10 least reliable used car brands. It quotes a Mojo Motors study that says, “Like Buick and Kia, two brands that also make this list, stick to their newer models from 2010 and onward for something that holds its value a little longer. [keep reading]
Recently, MojoMotors.com posted its list of the 10 most reliable used car brands. Now it has taken the data used to compile that list to create its list of the 10 least reliable used cars. According to the site, “We used the same analysis of 500,000+ cars model years 1995 to 2014, listed for sale on Mojo Motors to determine the average selling price depending on a vehicle’s mileage,” said Michael Milstein, Business Intelligence Manager at Mojo Motors. [keep reading]
I’m going to do something a little different in what I think is going to be my last blog post for About.com. No, I’m not going away but the blogs are starting in June so I wanted to praise MojoMotors.com for its good marketing efforts. [keep reading]
Article by Jim Henry for Forbes
Who wants a car that’s “worthless?” Maybe you should. The key is, how many miles can you get out of it before a car or truck reaches that point? By that measure, Toyota makes the longest-lasting cars and trucks, at an average of more than 200,000 miles. [keep reading]
Each year we find search for new products and companies that haven’t been discovered before our AWA research. Industry peers and advocates for the AWAs gave us tips for companies that we should review and consider for the Rising Star awards. The Rising Star winners are picked based on the length of product release, number of dealers using the product, what is needed for the product to catch fire and more. One of three great companies to take home the award this year is Mojo Motors. [keep reading]
Some car dealers have fancy signage and amazing waiting rooms. Those are the types of stores updated once every few years with LED TVs, magazine racks filled with iPads and waiting rooms that smell like morning lilies.
For every dealer that’s all hoity-toity, there is a store that’s a little rough around the edges. They’re the used car lots off the mile roads. They haven’t changed with the times, the televisions are analog and the waiting rooms smell like cigarettes and stale coffee. Those are the stores, however, that rock old-school and vintage used car signs that are like time machines, gaudy time machines. [keep reading]
When faced with a choice between several new or used cars, it makes sense for potential car buyers to look into those upfront costs like price, taxes and dealer fees. It’s also important to understand long-term costs involved like insurance, fuel costs and maintenance. Shoppers should always compare both short term and long term costs to help them find the best value.
Let’s look at three of the most popular used cars on Mojo Motors and see how they compare and contrast on sticker price, fuel costs and approximate annual insurance and maintenance. [keep reading]
Old race cars ran laps at Sonoma Raceway in California during the Historic Motorsports Festival. Story here.
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]