The Tax Office has now confirmed that the luxury car tax threshold for the financial year 2019-20 will increase slightly to $67,525 (up from $66,331).


Lot 47 at the upcoming Shannons Sydney Late Autumn Classic Auction could be yours with car finance from AFS.

With a price guide of $90,000 to $120,000 this desirable HQ Monaro GTS in eye-catching period colour of lime green has been professionally restored from the ground up by Still-One.

To be auctioned on 20th May 2019, and offered with no reserve, be sure to arrange a pre-approved car loan from AFS so you can bid at the auction with confidence.


New motor vehicle lemon laws were passed by the Queensland Government to give greater consumer protection for buyers of defective cars; but the new laws also protect buyers of motorbikes, motorhomes and caravans.

Whilst the new lemon laws are great news for car buyers, some dealers warn they could be driven out of business.

QCAT’s jurisdictional limit has been raised from $25,000 to claims of up $100,000 for new and used motor vehicles. The reforms also restore 30‑day warranties for motorists buying a motor vehicle more than 10-years old or with more than 160,000 kilometres on-the-clock from a licensed dealer.


 

Australians bought 1,153,111 new vehicles last year which represents a drop of around 3 per cent on 2017.
The Toyota Hilux continues to dominate sales, selling 51,705 units in 2018, to top the national vehicle sales chart again.