When considering to buy a pre-owned vehicle there are a few things you should definitely check out before you hand over the money. We've listed the 5 most important things to look for in a car history.
It almost sounds too good to be true: a guarantee your car will have a certain value at the end of your lease period. Yet more and more manufacturers are offering this peace of mind. We'll explain how Guaranteed Future Value works.
The new Toyota Camry is a game-changing new vehicle – with new V6 options, as well as the economical hybrid versions.
We looked at the top five reasons to get into the new sedan. Plus one extra after winning the multiple awards.
Safety technology in cars has become drastically cheaper and more reliable over the years.
What was once only available in the most luxurious cars is now standard in your everyday driver. We took a look at the best new safety technology that’s on the market.
A few thousand dollars cash in hand in just a few minutes almost sounds too good, but payday lenders offer it without a hassle. What they don’t tell you is how using their services can hurt your credit score, with far reaching consequences.
Hybrid vehicles are the more efficient way to drive. They offer tiny fuel figures and a cleaner footprint than a regular fuel powered car, and many are now hitting the used car market at reasonable prices.
But why should you choose a used hybrid over its fuel-powered competition?
There are hundreds, if not thousands of vehicles just like yours. To get a good price for your car, you will need to not just stand out, but make your car desirable to potential buyers and make them want your car.
With petrol prices on the rise and nature taking a beating, this might be the perfect time to consider a hybrid, plug-in or electric vehicle.
We’ll explain the differences and let you in on the pros and cons on going electric.
Modern diesel engines are a lot cleaner now than when they were first used, but there are still particulates – or small fragments of harmful matter that doesn’t get burned off by the engine.
That’s where the Diesel Particulate Filter comes in.
With tax time rolling around, June is often the best time to get into a new car.
Manufacturers are keen to offer discounts on stock before the end of financial year, and buyers’ benefit from added bonuses thrown in.
If you are going off road, you’ve no doubt had dreams of decking out your 4WD with the best accessories for the tracks and trails. Snorkels are a great accessory to fit, but how do they work; and do you need one?
Getting your vehicle set up for towing can help you out whether you need to move house, get out on the water in a boat or a jet ski or set up a holiday adventure on the road in a caravan. Learn about all the terms you need before you get hitched.
When you’re buying a second-hand 4WD, do you know what you’re looking for? Our buyers are always trading in 4WD’s – so we took it to them for some advice on the top 4 things to look out for to make sure you’re not getting a lemon.
In-car technology has come a long way from the humble radio and manual window winders. We took a look at some upcoming options that are currently in a few cars, and may make their way across the range.
If you’ve bought a bike and want to cycle to work, or just outside of the usual neighbourhood streets, you can hitch your pushie to your car and find a bike path. But what are the rules around carrying your bike on your car?
When you go to buy a car, it’s always spruiked on the biggest and best features. The most underrated features aren’t always on the front page of the brochure, but are well worth looking for. We found the three most underrated features in a new car, so you can be on the look out on the lot.
If you buy a vehicle from a motor dealer in Queensland, it doesn’t matter if it’s new or used – you’ll receive a warranty as part of your contract. Some dealerships will offer you an extended warranty, but what’s in the fine print?
Your car may not be the latest and greatest any more, but it’d be crazy to go out and buy a new car every time your old car showed a little wear and tear. But if you want to make it look like new again, try these cost-effective ways to improve the look and feel of your car.
When you buy anything, especially a large purchase such as a car, you expect it to be yours entirely. But how do you know, especially if you’re buying second-hand from a private buyer, that the car they’re selling you is exactly what they say it is?
Getting into a car crash can be stressful, never mind if it is serious enough to cause injuries. In order to give yourself and your passengers the best chance of staying safe, here’s a rundown of things to know in case of an accident.
If your business is under pressure to reduce operating costs, it’s easy to look for short-term savings. If you have one or more business use vehicles, one of the perceived ways to do this is to extend the life of your vehicles, so that you can get some more use before the costly outlay of upgrading to cars or trucks.
And with any big purchase, you should be allowed to change your mind if isn’t exactly as described. In Queensland, the cooling off period for cars may or may not apply if you buy a new or used, and can depend from whom you buy it.
We’ve got 5 tips and tricks that you can use to ensure you reach all those hard to clean spots in your car. When you know the right tools to use (and most of them you probably already have around your house), these jobs suddenly get a whole lot simpler!
After a big storm, with hail and debris, the clean up often means sales as businesses try to get back on their feet. Car yards are no different. Slight damage can often represent good value on new or near-new cars – but what are you really getting into when you buy a car after a storm?
When shopping for a vehicle, or even when owning a 4WD or AWD vehicle it’s important to know the differences so you know you’re buying the right car for your needs.
In this article, we’re going to share the fundamental differences between 4WD and AWD.