Australian trams, trains and planes are being abandoned as
people try to avoid catching COVID-19. As people become uncomfortable with
public transport, many have searched for alternative forms of transport. As a
result, the used car market has been flooded with customers that’s driving up
prices in the process.
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?
Australian’s love meat
pies, kangaroos, football and Holden’s.
The iconic car brand
will be leaving our shores by the end of 2021. The shock decision comes less
than 3 years after the automaker ceased Australian manufacturing. The brand has
experienced years of declining sales with the final straw being in September 2019,
It’s that time of year again, End of Financial Year is upon us and with it comes many, many sales. While you’re sitting on the couch watching TV or swiping through your social media, you may have noticed what seems like hundreds of car advertisements about all the deals not to be missed.
You may have noticed that each night when you turn on the TV to watch the news (or the bachelor, we’re not judging), that you’re bombarded with many ads about all the ‘amazing deals’ on cars right now. You’ll also most likely be aware that the End of Financial Year is quickly approaching,