The End of Year Car Sales, also known as the plate clearance sales, is one of the best times of year to buy your new car.
Dealers are eager to clear all current 2021 plated stock in order to make way for newer 2022 plated cars.
There is an end in sight for the global semi-conductor shortage that has crippled the car manufacturing industry for the past 18 months.
Manufacturers are beginning to announce their plans to resume full production of vehicles with Nissan and
Toyota among the first to do so.
Toyota buyers worldwide can breathe a sigh of relief with Toyota vehicle production set to restart this month!
Car-buyers are all too familiar with the ongoing global semi-conductor shortage (read our full guide on the issue
here). To summarize, due to manufacturing restrictions and closures,
The used car market is booming right now and used car prices are soaring! After managing the sale of thousands of vehicles over the past 30 years, we’ve got a few tips and tricks up our sleeve to help you cash in on your current car.
If you’re in the market for a new car, chances are you’ve heard about the global semi-conductor shortage.
This is causing a headache for manufacturers, dealers, and car buyers all over the world.
What is a semi-conductor?
The straightforward answer is:
A 2WD vehicle is powered by two wheels while four wheels rotate
A 4WD vehicle is powered by four wheels
An AWD vehicle has both 2WD and 4WD capabilities
Let’s break it down further:
Two Wheel Drive Vehicles (2WD)
There are two options when it comes to 2WD vehicles: front wheel drive and rear wheel drive.
When looking to the future of driving, autonomous vehicles are one of the most popular topics.
Despite this, there is still much confusion surrounding the five different levels of autonomy.
Though the widespread adoption of driverless cars is still decades away,
One of the most anticipated car launches, the Toyota LandCruiser 300 Series has been revealed ahead of its official release later this year.
While some of your favourite features of the 200 Series remain, a lot has changed!
What do you need to know?
Car depreciation is unavoidable. With wear, tear, and age it’s inevitable that your car is going to lose value.
While it’s impossible to predict the true depreciation of your car, when it comes to selling a vehicle, many buyers are shocked at how big the blow can be.
If you’re in the market for a new car, chances are you’ve heard about the severe shortage of new cars.
The current advice from the Australian Automotive Dealers Association (AADA), the peak industry advocacy body that represents new car dealers in Australia, recommends car buyers should get in the queue now and place their orders if they want a new car before Christmas and the summer holidays.