What is the best time to upgrade your car?
There are many factors to consider to decide whether it is time to upgrade and replace your car. So we’ve made a list of them below to help you determine if now is the best time for you.
3 Reasons your car loan application was rejected
What are the reasons that a car loan application could be rejected and what can you do to avoid your application getting disapproved? We have put together the top 3 reasons for application rejection and what you can do to ensure you get the best loan for you.
Instant asset tax write-off now extended to the end of 2020.
Don't miss your opportunity to take advantage of the $150,000 instant asset tax write off, now extended until the end of 2020 for a new commercial vehicle.
7 tips to getting the best EOFY car deals in 2020
What effect will 2020 have on June sales this year after the car sales industry has taken a 13.1% decrease in sales in a single quarterly period? Find out how you can take advantage.
First car buyers guide
Buying your first car is a milestone within a young driver's life. A number of life lessons are thrust upon you and for many this may be the first significant purchase you make. Read our first car buyer's guide to get started.
The benefits of refinancing a car loan
A greater number of savvy Australians are looking to hack their current short term and long term expenses and boost their savings through car loan refinancing. Find out how you can take advantage here.
Do I need a deposit for a car loan?
Deposits for car loans are not a mandatory element to getting a car loan. However, it can help with the approval process and will ultimately lower the amount on your repayments and overall interests. Read more here
Is now a good time to buy a car?
Just because you're part of the millions of people and families locked down right now, you might still be able to get that car, and the deal might be much better than you think.
How do car loans work? A complete beginners guide
So you've found the perfect car for you and your lifestyle and are looking at difference finance options. But what should you look for when you are looking for a car loan and how do they actually work?