It’s official – from tradies to adventure travellers, Aussies love their utes. With the nation’s three top-selling cars all being light commercial vehicles, how much will a car loan for one of these utes cost you?
Australians are likely to buy fewer cars in 2019, but are expected to buy more new-generation models, according to new data.
Petrol prices experienced dramatic falls in late 2018, according to a new quarterly report from the Australian Competition & Consumer Commission.
The number of Aussies who bought a new car in January 2019 is down 7.4% on sales figures from the same time last year. The Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI) attributes this caution to lower levels of consumer confidence.
With petrol prices affecting the cost of living, more than half of Australians are considering hybrid or electric cars as alternatives to traditional petrol-fuelled vehicles, according to a new report from Roy Morgan.
Drivers could save up to $520 per year by purchasing petrol at the bottom of the price cycle, according to a new report from Australia’s competition regulator.
Getting a car loan can be very confusing. There are so many strange processes to go through; so many strange finance words to decipher.
New year, new car. It makes sense. After all, everything becomes cheaper after Christmas, doesn’t it?
Car buyers will no longer have to worry about falling victim to ‘flex commissions’ when they take out dealer finance.
The federal government is planning to set up a new agency to prepare for the arrival of autonomous cars.
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