Buying A Vehicle? How You Can Save $ with Fleet Discounts!
You can potentially save thousands of dollars off the retail price of passenger and commercial vehicles through our affiliation with the national vehicle buying service, Private Fleet. An Australian owned and operated company, Private Fleet are regarded as a large buying entity in the motor vehicle industry and dealers give them access to fleet sales discounts potentially saving you up to several thousand dollars off the retail purchase price of new motor vehicles.
The discounts are available on both passenger and commercial vehicles and there are additional benefits for our clients:
- The service is free (normally $178)
- You receive a full years roadside assist for free
- It takes the time and stress out of dealing with car sales people
- You have piece of mind that you got the best possible price
The process is also very simple:
- Research - decide on the vehicle to purchase including any optional features.
- Test Drive - take your chosen car for a test drive at a local dealer and get their best price offer.
- Call Our Office with the specific details of the vehicle you selected and we will apply to Private Fleet.
- Sit Back & Relax - using a unique tendering process, Private Fleet will invite multiple dealers to compete for your business. Their buying power and trade contacts ensure you get the cheapest price and you save all that time you would normally spend going from car yard to car yard.
- Order & Delivery - Private Fleet will order the vehicle on your behalf from the dealer who wins the tender and the vehicle will be delivered to your door complete with a full tank of petrol.
The service will save you time and money plus take the stress out of negotiating with the car dealers. Next time you are looking to purchase a new passenger or commercial vehicle call our office for assistance.
|IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER: This article is published as a guide to clients and for their private information. This article does not constitute advice. Clients should not act solely on the basis of the material contained in this article. Items herein are general comments only and do not convey advice per se. Also changes in legislation may occur quickly. We therefore recommend that our formal advice be sought before acting in any of these areas.|