Posts Tagged 'dealers'

Cash for Clunkers zooms on Google

“Cash for clunkers” has suddenly zoomed to the top of Google Trends today, thanks to the Senate passing the program which will give consumers the ability to turn in older cars for $3,500-$4,500 in cash vouchers to buy new ones.

The Senate passed the Cash for Clunkers Program today, which gives consumers with cars that get less than 18 miles per gallon the ability to turn them in for a $3,500 or $4,500 cash voucher. The bill was nearly defeated by Republicans, but Democratic support saved the day in part due to Obama’s lobbying of the program. The President still needs to sign the bill into law.

via Senate Passes Cash for Clunkers Program | Green Business | Reuters.

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View Business & Agriculture prototype

Iwanna will launch a new Business & Agriculture section in the weekly print product next month to feature some of its most highly read content. The prototype is here.

Site examines new car prices

Hot on the heels of our post about now being a good time to buy a new car, a new online service has just come out of beta to help buyers and dealers evaluate pricing.

This explanation from the TrueCar site:

TrueCar is the fresh voice in new car pricing. We bring truth and transparency to the sales process by aggregating data from many different sources to show car buyers and dealers how much people actually paid for a particular car in their geographic area.

via TRUECAR About Us.

You can read the TechCrunch review about TrueCar here.

Or you can start your car search on Iwanna, and you can sell your own car for free by posting an Iwanna classified.

Iwanna = Carolina Shopping News

Iwanna is a bargain hunter’s dream in the Carolinas, bringing buyers and sellers together for more than 30 years. Our weekly print publication is the region’s largest source of free classified advertising. In fact, it’s so thick with user-generated deals that if it were tossed by carriers, it might seriously hurt porch pets! As much as we like pets  — after all, they’re one of our most popular categories — we’re happy to report the paper is available only at  single-copy dealers. And now, thousands of people go online daily at to search its database of 14,000 ads every day. Watch this spot for updates,  shopping news and other fun stuff we find at Iwanna and around the Carolinas.

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