Picking out a used car or truck to buy isn’t easy, especially because there are so many different types available. MojoMotors.com has over 300 types of vehicles, so it’s best to know what makes the most sense for you before starting a blind search. If you find yourself needing some help when picking out a used car or truck, check out the most popular cars that were searched on our website last month. The following used cars and trucks are popular for a reason – reliability, great value, good gas mileage, etc.
If you find yourself still struggling to figure out what type of used vehicle to buy, let us know, we can probably help. Actually, check that…we can definitely help. And if you’re looking for an unpopular car to buy, than the Subaru Baja is for you. It is more unpopular than Lebron James at Cleveland sports bar.
Keep reading to see who made the Top 20 cut last month.
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
If you typically lump gamers into one large category of dudes with too much time on their hands who like things with lots of buttons you should first watch yourself and second, consider this recent survey. Game publisher RockYou found there are four distinct types of gamers and they like more than lots of buttons to push. There’s the affluent gamer: someone who games hard, spending hours in front of a screen while eating massive amounts of Cheetos. There’s the competitive gamer: someone who spends hours in front of a screen, much like an affluent gamer, but typically games to beat up on their friends and boast about their skillz. It should be noted that the competitive gamer also consumes large amounts of cheesy snack foods – or anything involving cheese for that matter. The third type of gamer is the impassioned supporter of a select few online games that are free to play. Unfortunately, their snacking habits are a bit harder to identify. Lastly, there’s the newbie or n00b who can typically found getting pwned.
Let’s break this down. The affluent gamer, whilst gaming a considerable amount, is career-focused and largely comprised of men. They may or may not drink gamer-fuel in the form of Mountain Dew, coffee or Powerthirst. The competitive gamer are mostly women, believe it or not, so are the n00bs and the passionate supporters. At first this may seem a bit off, but if you take the time to look at Facebook updates of your friends, these stats don’t seem totally wrong. How many dudes do you know who play FarmVille or The Sims? With the information and data supplied from from RockYou, we’ve compiled a list of the best used cars for each gamer type. Make the jump to see the breakdown.