Safety is a
top priority of nearly every driver on the road. Car manufacturers are
constantly coming out with new innovative safety features that help improve
your driving experience. We have listed our top five safety features that you
need in your new car.
Blind Spot Monitoring
Blind spot monitoring is being offered across the market and
a standard option in many luxury vehicles.
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?
Considering the COVID-19 outbreak, many people are choosing to self-isolate at home. Social distancing and isolation can take a toll on your mental health. With increased time at home, many are left unsure of how to spend it.
We’ve put together a list of cars inspired suggestions of
how to spend the time including film and TV,
Hygiene is essential right now to reduce the spread of
COVID-19. It’s also incredibly important to keep your car clean during this
time too, to protect yourself and your family. If you’re in the market for a
new car, dealerships are still open and operating, it’s important to ensure you
clean down these cars too.
Also known as the Tin Lizzie, Leaping Lena, Jitney or Flivver; the Ford Model T was first introduced in 1908. It is regarded as the first affordable automobile and modernised the car manufacturing industry by establishing assembly line production,
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,
Building anything that is an expensive luxury is not a cheap and easy process, especially when it comes to cars. Naturally, customers buying such bougy vehicles expect the best of everything in their new ride. With super cars being so ludicrously expensive, you’ll occasionally see supercars borrowing parts from their cheaper counterparts to save on costs!
Infiniti is officially leaving the
Australian market some time late this year. Nissan’s premium arm leaving our
shores comes as little shock after their announcement to leave the European
market early last year. The brand has decided to instead focus on their two
strongest markets in the US and China.