There’s a common belief that the longer you keep your car on
the road, the more you save. You’ll also often find dealerships telling you
that the longer you put off buying you new car, the less you’ll get for it when
its up for sale. Resulting in you having to borrow more to bridge the gap
between the money you get for the sale and the money you pay for the new car.
There was once a time when ‘spec-ing’ up your car was
simple. Where extra value and comfort meant opting for an automatic transition,
cruise control, air-conditioning or power steering and brakes. Most of these
options are now standard, however, car buyers today are faced with a huge
selection of aftermarket accessories making it confusing to navigate what you
It’s popular for automakers and dealers to offer “freebies”
like free servicing and maintenance programs to sweeten the deal on a purchase.
Often, this sales tactic gets consumers over the line on their new car
purchase. Free stuff! Great! Or is it?
Free servicing programs aren’t usually as free as they’re
led onto be.
The ATO have stated that employers could be taxed if they host Christmas parties when the free food, alcohol, hotel accommodation and travel exceed the specified threshold.
As stated on their website, there is no separate FBT category for Christmas parties.
With the launch of the Mercedes-Benz X-Class, it makes us wonder what other luxury brands could enter the ute market. CG artist Rain Prisk is known for transforming luxury SUVs into utes. Here are a few of his creations.
Rolls Royce Culli-ute
The ideal vehicle for Middle Eastern royalty interested in dune bashing.