TrueCar in the news.
TrueCar: Truck Sales a Good Sign for GOP
“TrueCar is a big data company,” he said. “So we thought we would try to apply big data to the upcoming election. We’re data scientists, not political analysts. It wasn’t meant to be completely serious, but it may be correct.”
Los Angeles Business Journal | October 29, 2014
Drivers Looking at Full-size Pickup Trucks Again as Fuel Prices Decline
“The popularity of the F-Series, even with a design changeover this year, is pretty remarkable. In half of the states, the F-Series is the top-selling vehicle,” said Krafcik. “This speaks to pickup truck popularity, as manufactures have boosted their fuel economy, loaded them up with the latest bells and whistles, and increased safety, power, and functionality.”
Trucking News Online | October 27, 2014
Why Buying a Car on the Last Day of the Month Is a Bad Idea
People think the last day of the month has the lowest prices, but thats not true. The first couple of days of the month actually have lower average prices, says John Krafcik of car-buying site TrueCar.com.
National New Car Prices | October 25, 2014
Large SUVs Register Big Gains as Gas Prices Fall
“It’s quite rare to see the price of a type of vehicle jump as much as full-size SUVs have in the last year,” said Larry Dominique, president of ALG, a subsidiary of Truecar. “It’s clear that everyone who wanted to erect a tombstone for the big SUV spoke a little too soon.”
CNBC | October 24, 2014
GM’s Loss, Hyundai’s Gain
“There were great General Motors facilities that were becoming vacant,” says Krafcik, now president of the vehicle pricing firm TrueCar. “Hyundai moved in almost immediately with their dealer partners to occupy those facilities and retain some of those great people
Automotive News | October 20, 2014