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  • Re-Launch of Pulsar Cars by Nissan Australia in 2013 February
    Published: 08/16/2017

    Coming February 2013, Nissan Australia is planning to re-launch their Pulsar cars, which are going to be priced at $19,990 each. The cars were sold at the same price about six years ago as well. Nissan Australia has also been giving away lots of prizes to the friends of all its employees, which includes cash…

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  • Mazda Australia Tops Importer List with 10,000 Sales
    Published: 08/16/2017

    Mazda Australia has become the first full-line importer in the country’s automotive industry with excellent performance ratings and highly successful promotions. , It sold over ten thousand vehicles in just a month. Getting cash for cars is the ideal option for people interested in buying new vehicles, and are looking to sell their pre-owned cars.…

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  • Hung, Drawn and Quartered
    Published: 08/16/2017

    Our ancestors in England could be quite unpleasant when it came to people breaking rules, although history is silent about speeding fines for mule carts. These days we criticise the government almost with impunity. When it comes to traffic tickets we get slaps on wrists courtesy of Australia Post, although there have been a few…

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  • Some Old Mobiles Keep on Rolling
    Published: 08/16/2017

    When the Subritzky family decided to relocate from Poland to Australia more than a century ago, they brought a brand new 1903 Oldsmobile curved-dash open tourer with them. The enterprising car buyers loaded it as deck cargo on the Greyhound ocean liner, so they could use it to putter around when the ship stopped to…

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  • CASH FOR CARAVANS 1300 843 227
    Published: 07/25/2017

    We all know trying to sell a caravan is a very hard task, trying to get it ready for sale making sure every thing works well, and that the caravan for sale is safe and above all its clean and presentable, buy this time most People give up trying to sell a caravan, you soon…

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  • Cash for Cars that Burn Tyres
    Published: 07/25/2017

    Either I am getting past it or the latest Mustang tweak is for the crazies. It disconnects the rear brakes so the wheels leave a signature of rubber on the road. That’s fine for junior line-lockers, smokies, skids and speedoolies who burn Dad’s money at a drag strip. Somehow I doubt they will continue when…

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  • Red Card for Hoons
    Published: 07/25/2017

    The Supreme Court’s decision to allow South Australia cops to continue crushing cars owned by hoons, is a red card to motoring criminals in two ways. Firstly, it has upset them sufficiently to waste the taxpayer’s time with stupid arguments. More importantly, it has told the imbeciles that speeding, burnouts, doughnuts, and street racing are…

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  • Australia Motor Trade in Jeopardy as ANCAP Faces Closure
    Published: 07/25/2017

    The fact that Toyota is at it again with 297,600 safety recalls, makes the role of regulators like the Australasian New Car Assessment Program even more vital. I find it horrifying that in this modern day and age we still have leading world brands selling cars with faulty airbags, steering systems, and seat mounting points.…

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  • Rudd Raids Cookie Jar
    Published: 07/25/2017

    Our esteemed prime minister has had a busy time papering over cracks recently, especially since he semi-trashed the car industry by enforcing fringe benefits tax. His party is already mandating 100% local spend for the commonwealth car fleet worth 18,000 vehicles a year. Now he has taken $200 million from the mysterious contingency reserve to…

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  • SELL A CAR AUSTRALIA
    Published: 07/25/2017

    Sell a Car Australia If you want to sell a car Australia has all the options, although not all the choices are equally as good. Perhaps you woke up this morning thinking “I want to sell my car” and wondered how to do this. If so, then The Car Buyers is just the place for…

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  • Less Cash for Cars Including Littlies
    Published: 07/25/2017

    There has been a general rearranging of deck chairs in Australian new car markets, as they react to the imminent closing of Ford, Holden and Toyota Australia factories. According to the media this was because their cars were too expensive. Pundits speculated the surplus cash for cars from new car showrooms would shift to imported…

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  • ONLINE CAR VALUATION GUIDE
    Published: 07/25/2017

    Online Car Valuation Guide The Car Buyers website provides used car valuations Australia wide in two handy formats. They’re completely free if you want to sell your car to us because we buy cars for cash. Alternatively, if you want to sell cars online yourself each car valuation will cost you a measly $9.95 including…

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  • What do 261 and XLI Have in Common?
    Published: 07/25/2017

    No, I am not talking 261 horsepower. Are you feeling threatened your ignorance is about to be exposed? Kane will put you out of pain instantly, and advise that the latest VW XLI concept car achieves 261 miles per gallon, with a little help from a diesel electric generator and some sturdy batteries. All good,…

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  • A Holden Made in China?
    Published: 07/25/2017

    On Tuesday last I asked what happens when Holden goes shortly after Ford. It seems Mike Devereaux and GM had been chatting for a while, and everything is in place already to keep making cash for cars for Holden. Less than twenty-four hours after the bombshell dropped, Holden sales director Peter Kelley had already delivered…

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  • Handy Car Selling Tips
    Published: 07/25/2017

    So you have made up your mind to sell your car? Choosing a buyer, quoting a price, ensuring everything is done right. All of this could get very stressful. So you can do with some tips to help you ease this strain. You must first realise that, the buyer will be much more cautious than…

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  • Once Proud Brands in Disarray
    Published: 07/25/2017

    Oh dear, oh dear. It only seems like yesterday that Jaguar and Land Rover were trumpeting ‘buy my car in utmost confidence of quality’ or words like that. And now, Jaguar Land Rover are having to recall a whopping 5,245 vehicles that could catch alight or suffer engine failure. I would have thought Land Rover…

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  • SELL YOUR CAR MELBOURNE
    Published: 07/25/2017

    Sell Your Car Melbourne You’ve got a car or van you want to sell in Melbourne real fast, but there are other things you’d rather do instead. No worries. Lots of Australians feel the same way and they’re flocking to The Car Buyers in increasing numbers. You can get a car valuation free here and…

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  • WHY YOU SHOULD SELL YOUR CAR TO THE CARBUYERS
    Published: 05/12/2015

    Why you should sell your car to www.thecarbuyers.com.au ? we have been around for a long time in the car trade our service is very comprehensive and headache free,

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  • Selfish Selfie Takers
    Published: 08/31/2014

    The Car Buyers would like Australian drivers to concentrate on what they are doing, as opposed to drinking while driving while heaven forbid texting too. If you do not listen to our advice, then your loved ones may trade in your car’s remains for a coffin, and that literally would be a crying shame. At…

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  • There’s Never Been a Better Time to Sell a Car
    Published: 08/29/2014

    The used car market is booming, as more Australians find they are unable to afford the ricochet increases that new car manufacturers are imposing on them. This high demand versus fixed supply clicks the laws of supply-and-demand into play. As every economics student knows, this means car sellers hold centre stage I am determined to…

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  • No Longer Uber Alles
    Published: 08/28/2014

    The Car Buyers greets the South Australia decision to blacklist startup transport Uber with mixed feelings. While it is true there are insurance implications, surely Australians have the right to choose freely? This is especially valid for car buyers living in remoter parts of town, where taxis a…

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  • The Problems New Car Buyers Face
    Published: 08/24/2014

    When you sell your car or trade it in to buy the latest motor town new car offering, you open yourself up to risks. These include how much value it will retain, and whether or not it will provide trouble-free motoring. There has been a rash of recalls lately, and there are no signs of…

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