Buying a Car

What is the Difference between 4WD and AWD?

SUVs are the clear frontrunner in the Australian car market with a commanding lead over passenger vehicles, which once ruled the roost. As more buyers shy away from sedans and opt for SUVs instead, one common question pops up. What is the difference between 4WDs and AWDs? Unlike what you may have be...

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How Dealer Leads Are Shifting amid the Coronavirus

As tough times mount for the wider community, with many concerned about their physical and financial health, here at PriceMyCar we are observing a drastic slowdown among the number of prospective buyers interested in new cars, considered dealer leads. Although a reduction in buying interest is to be...

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Should I Buy the Latest Release Car or Last Year’s Model?

The end of the calendar year often throws out a lot of new car bargains, with the allure of discounts often leading to a spike in sales. After all, dealers don’t want to be left holding stock for a model that is no longer badged with the current year, or may even be superseded. However, as dea...

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Honda Set to Move to Fixed Pricing

After much speculation, Honda has finally confirmed its plans for the Australian market for the foreseeable future. While some industry experts predicted that the Japanese brand might wind up its local operations, just as Holden has recently done, the company has instead ‘committed’ to r...

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What Impact Might the Declining Australian Dollar Have on Car Prices?

Amid all the latest headlines focusing on the Coronavirus, financial markets have been roiled. This includes sharp currency movements that have seen the Australian dollar plunge to a near eighteen-year low. Although this trend has been playing out for a longer period across the last 24 months or so...

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What to Look for in a Family Car

The humble family car has become central to the everyday life of Australians right around the country. Whether it’s the school run, day trips or weekends away, you want to ensure that you have a vehicle that is cut out for the task. With that, there are certain traits that endear themselves we...

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Considerations When Buying Ex-Demonstrator Vehicles

Earlier this year, the new car industry changed the method with which it reports some of its sales data. As a result, one of the consequences to come out of this is a reduction in the number of ex-demonstrator cars being sold in showrooms across the country. The changes are because of the way repor...

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Bad Motoring Habits that will Depreciate the Value of Your Car

By now you’ve probably done your homework into what is a reasonable price for the new car that you have your eyes on. While many motorists focus on the initial purchase price of a car, it’s also important to consider what its resell value might be. One of the biggest factors shaping the...

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How to Save Extra Money for a New Car

For some time now, we’ve become accustomed to increasing costs of living. Day-to-day living expenses are on the rise, and let’s not even mention those skyrocketing utility bills each month. With wage growth stagnant, it means Australians are finding it more difficult to save money each w...

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Should I worry about the Record Number of Car Recalls?

Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock these last few years, there has been a sharp increase in the number of cars being recalled. Many have been due to the Takata airbag saga. Others have been as a result of the Dieselgate fiasco that caught up some of the industry’s biggest names. In t...

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