Re-Launch of Pulsar Cars by Nissan Australia in 2013 February

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 and vouchers. It is one of the ways by which the company can increase its consumer base and rise to the top of the sales charts. After a six-year gap, the Nissan Pulsar is back, ever since it got replaced by the Tiida in the year 2006.

With many car owners getting cash for cars in order to buy the new models in the market, Nissan is bound to make a lot of sales in the country next year. Selling the used vehicles in order to get cash for cars is what many consumers are considering.

Public not interested in Tiida

Even though Nissan Australia did its best to market and advertise Tiida in order to make up for its drab design, the public wasn’t really interested in neither the advertising, nor the car. Tiida was the sole contender of Nissan in the most popular vehicle category of the Australian markets, and the sales plummeted. The new Pulsar, however, will go on sale in the month of February next year, at the same price it was six years ago ($19,990).

The car was showcased by the company, much ahead of the Sydney Motor Show, which will open on the 19th of October. Six years ago, when the company decided to drop the Pulsar name from the Australian market, Nissan dealers struck out a protest against the Tiida model. Its return into the Australian markets next year is going to make most of the consumers happy as the Pulsar cars were a popular choice back then.

Almost 7 out of 10 shoppers still recognise the Pulsar badges

Even though the Pulsar cars haven’t been on sale for the last six years, Nissan Australia says that at least 7 out of 10 car shoppers still recognise the Pulsar badges. According to the company sources, the Pulsar still means a lot to the people in Australia and the company is sure that they have made the right decision in re-launching the cars into the market.

Pulsar has always been associated with well-shaped and characteristic cars, which have shaped the small car landscape of Australia for so long. Getting cash for cars is the ideal option that most pre-owned vehicles owners are choosing in order to buy the new Pulsar cars that will be launched soon.

Mazda Australia Tops Importer List with 10,000 Sales

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. The official VFACTS data was released recently by the Australian Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries.

According to the VFACTS data, Mazda Australia has sold over 10,093 vehicles all over the country in just the month of September, which is more than the number of vehicles sold between April and September. About 9,345 vehicles were sold by the car manufacturing company in the month of April, which was beaten by 748 units in the month of September.

September saw Mazda Australia rise in the overall sales charts

Apart from selling over ten thousand units, Mazda Australia also has another feat to be proud of. In September, the company saw its name rise to the second position on the overall sales charts for the 2nd time in history. The very first time it’s was one amongst the top manufacturers in Australia was in April 2012, when it was ranked between Toyota and Holden. Toyota sold about 17,300 units and Holden sold about 8955 units in the month of April 2012.

‘M-Day’ sale helped push the sales of Mazda3

According to the managing director of Mazda Australia, the car brand’s ‘M-Day’ sale was one of the main reasons for the successful sales of the cars, especially the Mazda3. The sale day helped to push the sales of this model to their highest, which are about 4276 units. Also, the CX-5 compact SUV showed second best results with about 1809 units sold on the ‘M-Day’ sale.

The company seems to be really pleased with selling over 10,000 cars in the month of September, and also felt that it was a fantastic result to achieve in such a short span of time. In order to buy the new units sold, customers of pre-owned cars chose the option of cash for cars to make invest in the new vehicles.

According to the managing director of the company, the M-Day sales were eagerly embraced by all the customers all over the country. The company was even more pleased with the fact that the range of cars offered by them still continues to appeal to the versatile audience.

Hung, Drawn and Quartered

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 exceptions.

Take one Marcus Richard Enfield for example. In his heyday, he was a Judge in the Australian Federal Court, the President of the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission, the UNICEF Ambassador for Children, and a few more roles besides. However, that was before he got into a spot of bother …

Enfield got a speeding fine in 2006. He could have paid $77 and moved on. Judges like to stand their ground and Marcus was no exception. He gave evidence under oath that a lady friend was driving at the time and got off. However, that was before he got into another spot of bother …

The media figured out that the lady friend had died in an American motor accident three years earlier. Undeterred, Enfield claimed he was talking about a similarly-named lady friend, who had died since the speeding incident. However, that was before he got into another spot of bother …

The coppers arrived unexpectedly and confiscated the judge’s computer. Later, they charged him with perjury, perverting the course of justice, and making and using false statutory declarations. After contesting the rest, Marcus Richard Enfield pleaded guilty to perjury.

The rest is history. Australians have a way of trampling their erstwhile heroes down. Enfield was stripped of all his titles and sent to jail for three years of which he served two. And his comment after he was released in 2011. “I don’t think I’m the slightest bit dishonest. I just made a mistake.” How the mighty have fallen. I wonder how many people he sent down himself, after they made a similar excuse.

Take care, Kane

Some Old Mobiles Keep on Rolling

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 take on passengers and coal.

They made cars to last in those days. After the Oldsmobile smashed into a tram in 1904 they just replaced a few bits of wood so their faithful steed kept soldiering on, as it has to this day.

The current owner has a spare motor on the basis that ‘if you have a spare you won’t need it’ which makes sense. Back in 1903 car buyers invested in quality they knew would last. It’s a pity we can’t say the same today. Every week another batch of new cars gets recalled.

Increasing numbers of Australians are flocking to The Car Buyers used car showroom because they know they can’t afford to take a chance.

Take care, Kane