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  • 2018 Kia Cerato takes on… a Lamborghini Aventador?

    April 8, 2019

    2018 Kia Cerato takes on… a Lamborghini Aventador? In one of the more creative marketing campaigns we’ve seen, Kia’s North American arm has decided to pit the new 2018 Cerato against “one of the fastest, flashiest, most coveted sports cars ever”, the Lamborghini Aventador. Despite the comparison being held at a race track, much of the focus is on both vehicles at a standstill – very clever indeed. Anyway, we won’t spoil it for you,...

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    8.5/10 LDV T60

    April 8, 2019

    Another great, honest owners review… “Great vehicle – the ride is a little stiff, but smooths a little after a bit of use. It rides better with a load, and when towing I press the power button and it performs as well as the best. The cabin controls are in all the right places. It pays to read the book, as with the new technology it’s good to know what the limitations are – such...

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    How Will Fleet Management Change in 2018 and Beyond?

    April 8, 2019

    How Will Fleet Management Change in 2018 and Beyond? The fleet industry is in an interesting period where, while there are some big changes heading down the pipeline, we are already witnessing the initial phases that will bring about the new future of fleet. Indeed, while a continued emphasis on safety, the development of big data, an increased utilization of telematics, and the continued interest in mobility are happening now, this is all just the...

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    Big Change Coming in Accounting Treatment of Fleet Vehicle Leases

    April 8, 2019

    Big Change Coming in Accounting Treatment of Fleet Vehicle Leases In nine or so months the world as we know it for accounting for fleet vehicle leases will change. A new international standard known as IFRS 16 will be mandatory in Australia from 1st January, 2019. The standard removes one reason why companies historically took out leases — that is that they could be removed from the balance sheet. Accounting standards boards around the world...

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    Hyundai Tucson 2019 Review

    April 8, 2019

    Hyundai Tucson 2019 Review The Hyundai Tucson was never going to be left looking out of place amidst the Korean company’s more aggressively-styled SUV line-up – and so what you see here is the mid-life update of the popular mid-size SUV. Admittedly, the Hyundai Tucson 2019 model doesn’t look exactly like the smaller Kona or larger seven-seat Santa Fe.  But there are some minor cosmetic changes for this updated Tucson model – and the underlying story here is that the...

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    6 Reasons to offer Novated Leasing to employees

    April 8, 2019

    6 Reasons to offer Novated Leasing to employees Attracting, rewarding and retaining quality staff can be an ongoing challenge for many organisations – how can you offer your existing employees added benefits to encourage them to stay, and entice superstar new recruits to your business? One way to obtain and keep your staff is by setting up a Novated Lease program and offering salary packaged vehicles to employees. There are many benefits for both employees...

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    Dangerous driving habits of Aussie motorists

    April 8, 2019

    Dangerous Driving Habits of Aussie Motorists The phrase “dangerous driving” typically brings to mind images of drinking, swerving and speeding behind the wheel. However, activities that people don’t usually classify as dangerous – things such as eating or reaching into the back seat – are actually some of the most common habits of Australian drivers, and some of the most dangerous. In fact, internal distractions are one of the biggest causes of crashes and incidents...

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    Everyone is making the same big mistake about electric cars

    April 8, 2019

    Everyone is making the same big mistake about electric cars Electric cars are cheaper to own over the long term than gas-powered vehicles. But consumers aren’t always guided by cost when they buy a vehicle. Thus far, the EV value proposition hasn’t created a big market for the new technology. Compared to just a decade ago, we have a lot more choices when it comes to buying an electric car. Short-range EVs such as the...

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    2019 Ford Ranger – Bi-Turbo Raptor Performance

    April 8, 2019

    2019 Ford Ranger – Bi-Turbo Raptor Performance Ford Australia have announced the official specifications to the 2019 Ranger, bringing with it a host of rather substantial updates to their popular pick-up that’s sure to make it an even more appealing proposition to the Down Under market. Leading this charge is the inclusion of what is essentially the engine from the Ranger Raptor, bring the higher performance to the rest of the range. The 2.0-litre bi-turbo four-cylinder...

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    2019 Ford Ranger Raptor Review

    April 8, 2019

    2019 Ford Ranger Raptor Review It’s big, brash and billed as Ford’s answer to the performance dual-cab ute. But, does the Ford Ranger Raptor live up to its name? Exclusively revealed by CarAdvice back in 2015, the Ranger Raptor has been a passion project for the Australian T6 home room. It’s here in Australia that Ford led the design and engineering work on Ranger Raptor, so the Australian DNA is well and truly embedded into every part...

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