1. Don’t buy a car in the first ten days it’s been listed. Unless you have a great deal staring at you in the face, be patient. Dealerships don’t typically lower the price of a vehicle in the first ten days of listing it online. Any cars still available after that ten day window are fair game to negotiate and bargain your way to a great deal. If the price is still high after a price drop and you’re not in a rush to buy, just keep waiting. The typical used car on Mojo Motors drops in price about three times before being sold.
Have a great weekend and start it right by watching how our friends down in Texas deal with road rage or lack thereof.
Start your week off leisurely with this slow-motion compilation of NASCAR, F1, Moto GP, Indycar, and more:
The Rossion Q1 is sexy and American which is saying a lot since there aren’t many American super cars. Unlike the Mach 7 Falcon super car (another Cool Used Car of the Future), the Rossion Q1 is heavily influenced by an existing super car, the Noble M400. Rossion has the exclusive rights to use the M400 platform and rebrand the super car as the Q1 right here in the USA. Take a look at this super car in all of its glory and keep reading for its performance specs.
Mojo Motors works with used car dealers across New England in places like Connecticut, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Massachusetts. As car sales increased last month, so have the searches on our website. Here are the cars trending right now on Mojo Motors or translated into #cardealerspeak, “hottest cars on the lot.”
Top 20 Most Popular Used Car and Truck Searches in January 2012
1. Honda Accord
2. Honda Civic
3. Jeep Wrangler
4. Toyota Tacoma
5. Honda CR-V
6. Nissan Altima
8. Audi A4
9. Ford F150
10. Toyota Corolla
11. BMW 3-Series
12. Toyota RAV4
14. Toyota Camry
15. Honda Odyssey
16. Honda Pilot
17. Subaru Impreza
18. Toyota Highlander
19. Subaru Forester
20. Nissan Murano
Interested in the other January search data or the least popular searched rides on Mojo Motors? Give us a shout.
Mojo Motors is a website that sells used cars and trucks which gives the Mojo Motors Blog access to some interesting findings. Per November search data, the most searched vehicles in New England were the Subaru Impreza and Toyota Tacoma. If you’re curious for the complete details, check out the November Popularity Rankings.
Then there are the most unpopular vehicles in New England and they’re lonely, forgotten and neglected sort of like Keanu Reeves seen to the right. Based upon the least searched vehicles on Mojo Motors combined with a scientific analysis of Facebook likes and their rank in the Edmunds Inside Line’s 100 Worst Cars of All Time, these are the loneliest vehicles on the road today. Photographs are in black and white to make them look extra lonely.
The Tokyo Motor Show is now open to the public and continues until December 11. Like all other auto shows, car makers are using the Tokyo Motor Show to unveil their latest concepts. The cars included below are cool. The Suzuki Regina, pictured to the right, however, is not cool. Maybe it’s the color. Maybe it’s the wheels. Maybe it’s because the car is just plain ugly. Save your eyes and keep reading the Mojo Motors Blog cool used cars of the future from the Tokyo Motor Show. We promise they are way better than the Regina.
Have you started hearing Christmas music yet on the radio? If so, we apologize. In other, non-Christmas music related news, we’ve provided a tidy set of links from across the web below.
Photo credits: autoblog
The whole Joe Paterno thing has been a bit distracting and dominated the airwaves the past few days. No worries because we’ve got you covered on what happened in the world of cars from the week that was November 7th through the 11th. Links for some of the biggest car stories are below this hideous picture.
Photo credits: CNN Money
In a recent Mojo Motors survey of our Facebook fans, we wanted to find out their favorite camouflage brand: Realtree or Mossy Oak. There were over 400 responses and Realtree came out on top with 61% of the vote. This is good news for Chevrolet who recently showed off their 2500 HD Silverado Realtree concept. The two brands teamed up to create the “ultimate hunters truck” even though minus the custom paint job and some camouflaged accents, the truck is no different than a normal 2500 HD Silverado. Alright, we lied. The concept pickup truck has a custom winch, custom shell and over-sized tires, but other than that, it’s nearly identical to a normal 2500 Silverado.