Auto Advantage has joined forces with National Seniors Australia to provide members with an easier way to buy new and used cars. The partnership will see the local company providing its award winning car broking services to more than 200,000 members nationally.
Auto Advantage General Manager, Simon Duwner said the partnership was created to provide National Seniors members with a personalised car buying service.
“Since 2001 Auto Advantage has worked from its office in Newcastle to take the hard work out of the car buying process by using our independent national network to provide customers with the best possible price on new and used cars,” Simon said.
“This is a significant and important partnership that will now potentially save thousands of members time, money and stress on their car.”
National Seniors is Australia’s largest consumer lobby group for people aged 50 and over, with 200,000 members and 120 branches. It advocates on behalf of people aged over 50 and also provides world-class research, top-notch publications and a broad range of member discounts, including insurance and travel.
Auto Advantage was created in 2001 as a way for people to find the best deal on motor vehicles. It now works with thousands of people Australia-wide to save them time, money and stress on the car buying process.
Auto Advantage uses its independent purchasing power across all brands and dealerships to act on behalf of the customer to find and negotiate the best price on a car.
It also arranges individual specifications and dealer requirements, as well as trade disposal and helps clients find the best financial options. Auto Advantage receives a fee from the motor dealer that wins the purchase.
IMAGE | Auto Advantage General Manager, Simon Duwner.
Auto Advantage was established in 2001 and is an independent car buying service.
Since that time Auto Advantage has helped thousands of Hunter people save time, money and stress on buying new and used cars.