What’s the best way to do your research before making a new car purchase? According to new research from Roy Morgan, about two thirds of you are likely to have said “the internet” regardless of your generation.
More Australians have made plans to buy a new car this year, according to Roy Morgan. But as well as considering the costs of car loans and financing for their new vehicles a growing number of Aussies are also considering vehicles with alternative fuel supplies.
A range of lenders are currently offering some of the cheapest car loans in Australian history.
If you’re in the market for a car loan you may want to consider adding Lexus to your list of options, as the car manufacturer has been named the winner of the Roy Morgan Customer Satisfaction Award “Best of the Best” for 2017.
Australia’s transport costs were up over the 2017 December quarter, with rises to the cost of fuel, tolls and insurance outpacing falls in the cost of car loans, servicing and registration, according to the Australian Automobile Association (AAA).
There’s been an increase in the number of Australians who intend to buy a vehicle in the next four years, with the number rising to 2.38 million.
ING Direct has launched a car product that combines finance with a vehicle-buying service.
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