Is your pride and joy car due for a service? Does it need a new set of tyres, or are you maybe interested in getting a ‘new set of wheels’ altogether? We’ve compared many brands with our customer satisfaction ratings, and you can find these results below.
Consumer News - January 2nd
Subaru Australia has joined the bandwagon in increasing its warranty to five years across its entire new vehicle range. Following an extensive review, it’s applying the five year/unlimited kilometre warranty in line with its “Subaru do” …– Read more
Consumer News - November 30th
Electricity prices may be going up, but Australia has a new cheapest electric vehicle. The Hyundai Ioniq – priced at $44,990 before on-road costs – has beaten out the previous title holder, Renault, by $2,500, with …– Read more
Vehicles - November 19th
What do Mercedes-Benz, BMW and Volvo all have in common? Well, aside from the obvious – they’re car manufacturers – they have all recently launched their own ‘car subscription’ services. What is car subscription? Car subscription services …– Read more