With well over one billion citizens, China is the
world’s largest market for new cars. There are plenty of well-known Chinese car
manufacturers available in Australia including MG, Haval and Great Wall. What
isn’t as well known is China’s quirky car culture, and the tendency for some
brands to take creative license with other popular car designs.
Online shopping is the new norm, with many consumers preferring to shop on their smart device over an in-store experience.
Clothing and electronics are probably the first retailers that come to mind when looking at online shopping. There has however been a growing number of consumers that say they’d confidently purchase their new car online despite never seeing or test-driving it in person… would you?
Apple has recently announced their new “CarKey” feature
promised to revolutionise driving coming with iOS14. This feature allows you to
use your phone or watch to unlock, lock and start your car, as long as it’s
compatible with the software.
The smart key can be found in the wallet app on you Apple device.
New-car showrooms and service centres are still open!
Contactless services are becoming the new norm. Many new car
buyers are questioning how this translates to their purchase and what dealers
are doing to ensure the safest possible car buying experience.
Remunerator have worked with their Partner Dealers to enable
you buy your car from the safety of your own home.
We’re proud to announce the launch of our exciting new webinar platform. Through this platform, we aim to provide our clients and customers informative and engaging content about leasing, salary packaging and employee benefits, filmed straight from the ‘Remunerator Garage’.
As our novated leasing and salary packaging experts are
currently unable to complete on-site visits to our clients,