You can auction a house, so why not a car? Car auctions can be one way to buy a cheap set of wheels, but there are a few things you should know before sticking your hand up.
Early in the pandemic, demand for new cars dropped significantly, however it soon picked back up with demand outstripping supply.
Car buying services or car brokers can access fleet pricing and negotiate with dealerships, saving you time and money.
Saving up for a car should be an exciting goal, and one that will likely represent one of the largest purchases of your life.
Buying a car has evolved from navigating dealerships and haggling salespeople to a convenient online process.
If you’ve decided to upgrade your wheels, the art of the negotiation can help save money at the point of sale.
You might be surprised to know there’s a bunch of affordable electric cars out there if you want to go green, with a few under or around the $50,000 mark.
The saying goes new year, new me – so why not extend that to a ‘new’ set of wheels?
Your mate has got a vehicle at a great price and low kilometres, and you want to buy it, but he’s got finance owing. Is it a good idea to buy or sell an encumbered car?
A new poll shows more than half of Australians are ready to purchase an electric vehicle, but cost is preventing them from making the switch.