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Articles Tagged: novate

  1. Oct 19 2017

    How Novated Leases compare to National Sales

    If you haven’t already heard, Australia’s car sales are booming with record numbers in the last few months. Mazda takes the lead across all lanes in Novated Leasing, National Sales and Customer Satisfaction.

    The Top 10 vehicle brands that have been novated and sold in August prove exactly that.

  2. Oct 4 2017

    Last Month: Mercedes Hypercar Revealed, This Month: Get into your Novated Lease

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    For a cool estimated $3 million you could own the Mercedes Project One Hypercar, revealed at last month’s Frankfurt motor show with Australian deliveries scheduled for late 2019. The “F1 race car for the road” is fuelled with a 1.6-litre turbocharged Formula 1 V6 at its core with a maximum power output of “more than 1000 horsepower” (740kW).

  3. Sep 19 2017

    ‘Ute’ be crazy not to Novate!


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    Be first in, best dressed by adding some X-Class to your Novated Lease upon the early 2018 release of the all-new Mercedes Ute to Australian shores. Coming in at an estimated $54,000 price mark, will the young Mercedes Ute become strong competition for the automotive industry’s long running big-dog trade vehicle suppliers?

  4. Sep 5 2017

    The Next Level Commodore: Australian Icon, Local Favourite, Your Next Novated Lease!


    (Image source: http://www.caradvice.com.au/568754/2018-holden-commodore-vxr-ss-replacement-revealed/photos/)

    Is your Novated Lease coming to an end in the next year? Don’t worry – there’s still time to prepare for your Novated Lease on the 2018 Holden Commodore.

    Holden has released the Commodore VXR as a replacement to the SS.

  5. Aug 4 2017

    How does the Takata airbag recall affect your Novated Lease?

    Have you had your airbags checked?

    If you haven’t already heard, Takata airbags are being recalled from a huge range of vehicles. After approving failed safety tests, automotive parts manufacturer, Takata Corporation, has filed for bankruptcy following the ongoing faulty deployment of their airbags.