If ever there was a time to grab a new-car bargain, it’s now.
This month, and in the lead up to the end of this financial year, spells a perfect storm for deals as people stay indoors because of the virus, new-car sales shrink for the 26th consecutive month, and ships still arrive in Australian ports loaded with lots of fresh vehicles.
There’s only one way this can end – moving cars at discount prices.
Here’s some of the biggest savings on the market – and there’s lots more coming here so keep reading CarsGuide.
It’s not peanuts, either, with discounts of up to more than $10,000 off the recommended retail prices as listed by the car-makers and the dealers.
9. Volkswagen T-Cross 85TSI Life automatic. Normally $32,643. Now $29,990 drive away. Saving 8.2% or $2653.
6. Mitsubishi ASX ES auto. Normally $30,039. Now $26,740 drive away. Saving 11% ($3299).
5. Mitsubishi Outlander ES automatic 7-seater. Normally $36,082. Now $31,490 drive away. Saving 12.7% or $4592.
4. Renault Koleos Life automatic. Normally $36,766. Now $31,990 drive away. Saving 13% ($4776). More upmarket Zen version is now $35,990 including on-road costs, saving 10.9% ($4419).
3. Suzuki Swift GL Navigator automatic with Safety Pack. Normally $23,365. Now $19,990 drive away with full safety suite and sat-nav. Saving 14.4% ($3375).
2. MG MG3 Excite automatic. Normally $21,861. Now $18,490 including on-road costs and comes with leather seats, sat-nav and seven-year unlimited kilometre warranty and seven-year roadside assistance. Saving 15.4% ($3371).
1. Nissan 370Z 50th Anniversary manual. Normally $59,936. Now $49,990 drive away. Saving 16.6% ($9936). The automatic is now $52,490 including on-road costs, saving $10,108 or 16.1%.
Article Source: Cars Guide MagazineMay 8, 2020 9:02 am