Australia’s sales of new motor vehicles rose at the end of December 2017, wrapping up a strong year for the nation’s automotive market.
The Australian Automobile Association (AAA) has welcomed a proposed removal of tariffs on safer new vehicles, as expressed by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure and Transport, Barnaby Joyce.
After 18 months of research, the Australian Competition & Consumer Commission (ACCC) has released its recommendations for future changes and regulations for Australia’s car retailing industry, to help protect Aussie car buyers.
The Australian Automobile Association (AAA) will today begin a campaign to urge the Federal Government to introduce real-world emissions testings for new cars that consider Australian conditions.
New data has revealed that Australians have been buying fewer new motor vehicles, suggesting that consumer confidence is weakening.
Mazda drivers won’t be surprised to learn that Roy Morgan Research has found Mazda driver satisfaction in the twelve months to July 2017 the highest of all car brands at 95.3 per cent.
The latest trend data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) shows an increase in new car purchases over the past month. Meanwhile, more Australians are making plans to buy a new car in the next four years, according to Roy Morgan research.
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