Thinking of buying a new or used car? National Seniors members can now tap into the best deal possible through specialist car broker Auto Advantage.
Created in 2001, Auto Advantage works with thousands of people Australia-wide to help them save time, money and stress when buying a motor vehicle.
National Seniors’ Chief Executive Dagmar Parsons said older people sometimes put up with old or unreliable cars because the time and expense of buying another one was too daunting, or they worried about obtaining value for money.
“This service will remove the hassle of trading up to a newer or better vehicle,” Ms Parsons said.
“Auto Advantage uses its buying power to find and negotiate the best possible deal on all makes and models. This can save you heaps on the cost of the car and Auto Advantage receives a fee from the motor dealer that wins the purchases," he said.
Auto Advantage General Manager Simon Duwner said the car buying service was an exciting partnership with National Seniors.
“We specialise in taking the hard work out of the car buying process while saving car buyers time, money and stress,” Mr Duwner said.
“Our team uses our independent purchasing power to act on behalf of customers to find and negotiate the best price on a car. We can also arrange individual specifications and dealer requirements, as well as trade disposal and finding the best financial options," he said.
For more details, go to the website.