COVID-19 has significantly changed the way people across the
globe travel. Here are the top trends we have seen in the car market over the
past year and how it will influence transport and car design in 2021.
Mitsubishi recently announced a 10-year warranty on their
vehicles if it’s serviced within the dealer network for its entire life. This
is an extension of the seven-year coverage previously available on many of
their popular models.
This 10-year warranty is dependent on the car owner
servicing their car only at Mitsubishi dealerships.
There are certain times within the year that car dealers offer extra savings on their cars to make stock move faster. The two biggest sales are the Plate Clearance/end of year sales and End of Financial Year Sales. These are the best times of the year for you to get the best deal on your new car.
of 5G is one of the most anticipated technological events. At a snapshot, 5G is
100 times faster than 4G at peak speed. Think about the last webpage you opened
or picture you downloaded and how long it took;
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.
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.
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.