We're here to help provide timely information on the car you want to consider buying. Many cars sold in Australia are released overseas many months before they find their way to our shores. Mycarreview.com.au gives you the inside scoop, early information and car advice from motoring journalists from all over the world.
The car market has gone from a 'protected species' in Australia to one where multi national car companies dominate the automotive landscape.In the 70's and 80's the Australian car market was dominated by Holden and Ford. We had manufacturing plants by Nissan, Renault, Holden Ford, Chrysler with Toyota a bit player. Fast forward to 2010 and the car landscape is littered with cars from Europe, Korea, Thailand, Brazil. South Africa, China let alone Japan.
Most new vehicle customers buy over a twelve week time period. The first six weeks are spent doing the research on what type of car they need and shortlisting brands that meet their requirements. The next four weeks are spent on more research and fine tuning that short list down to their preferred car and the last two weeks of that twelve week cycle is test driving, negotiating with dealers and finally taking delivery of 'their' car.
We've deliberately confined our advertising on these pages to dealers we feel will provide the information that you need to help you make your decision on the car of your choice. Simply tell them that you've called them after reading mycarreview.com.au - generally ask for the Sales Manager and you won't be treated like another number. Our preferred dealers will arm you with the information you need - they generally have electronic brochures and data sheets that the public don't get access to and if you decide to finally buy from them, we fee that they'll give you a good deal and look after you post sale.