Carbonga’s New Ad Direction: “We’ve Got Your Lemon-Aid!”

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Car problems used to be easy to diagnose. Anyone with basic handyman skills was able to spot mechanical problems with a simple peak under the hood. With a tool box and a little elbow grease, most issues could be fixed easily on the side of the road. Those days are long gone.

Cars now have more electrical parts than the first Mercury Satellite – and they’re only getting more complicated. There used to be no way for the average buyer to differentiate between a lemon and a hot rod in the used car lot without X-Ray vision. Until now.

Carbonga SRI is the world’s first mobile “lemon detector,” a smart phone app that provides you with up-to-the-minute recall information before you decide to buy. With a one-time purchase that’s less than the price of a cup of coffee, you can put all of the vehicles’ safety recall information in the palm of your hand – literally. When dealers want to sell you a lemon, we’ve got your “lemon-aid!”

When purchasing a used car it’s easy to be serenaded by the pretty new paint and shiny-rimmed tires, but a lemon with sleek polish is still sour inside. Without CARbonga SRI looking under the hood, you’re making an invisible and often dangerous purchase.

Now with CARbonga SRI’s up-to-date Technical Service Bulletins, it’s simple to set up automatic alerts to your phone that warns you whenever a recall is published for your newly purchased used car. You can finally get critical recall information even though you’re not the original owner.

Don’t get stuck with a lemon’s costly fixes; find out the truth about your used car before it’s too late.

Carbonga: We’ve got your Lemon-Aid!

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