Tons of our customers love the Ford Ranger , so it’s noteworthy that the Wildtrak X has been upgraded for MY21. Styling enhancements include a genuine Ford nudge bar and LED light bar, 18-inch black alloy wheels, and a sweet front grille.
Kia’s long-awaited new-generation Carnival has arrived on our shores. The eight-seater people mover comes with an impressive cargo space and greater roominess for passengers. The top-of-the-range includes auto-close power tailgate and hands-free power-sliding side doors, for stress-free family trips…
Meanwhile in the more compact space, Hyundai has released its eye-catching new-look Kona SUV, sporting a sleek grille and headlight design. Every variant has stepped up its standard equipment, including 8” infotainment touchscreen and adaptive cruise control with stop and go function.
Every month we showcase a selection of popular cars, from eternal favourites to emerging challengers. Our indicative price demonstrates how cost-effective they could be by accessing thousands in tax savings with an SG Fleet novated lease.^
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There is a genuine buzz surrounding the new Subaru Outback range finally launching in Australia this March. Sweeping upgrades across the three variants (AWD, AWD Sport & AWD Touring) have created the most technological and luxurious range of Outbacks yet.
Underpinning all Outbacks is the Subaru Global Platform which increases rigidity and improves off and on-road handling. Upgraded safety features include next generation EyeSight® Driver Assist with advanced Lane Centering Function and Speed Sign Recognition, as well as Reverse Automatic Braking.
Subarus are known for their off-road capabilities while maintaining a level of comfort, style and technology. A newly refined 2.5L Boxer 4-cylinder engine combined with symmetrical all-wheel drive delivers engine power to all four wheels simultaneously, so you can tackle a variety of conditions with confidence.
On the inside, an 11.6” infotainment screen with smartphone-like responsiveness includes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration. Smart air-conditioning with humidity control, the largest cabin to date from Outback and thicker glass for improved noise/vibration/harshness levels all add to the luxurious driving experience.†
^Indicative cost per week is based on the following assumptions: 1) product is an SG Fleet Novated Lease; 2) someone living in NSW, earning a salary of $90,000 p/a and travelling 15,000 kms p/a under a 5 year novated lease term; 3) The weekly cost includes finance and estimated costs for fuel, registration, insurance, servicing and repairs, tyres and roadside assist based on previous assumptions; 4) includes potential GST and PAYG savings over the term of the lease. At the end of the lease a Residual Value obligation will apply and GST will be payable on the Residual Value amount if you make an offer to purchase. The indicative cost is based on dealer quotes achieved by SG Fleet Group Pty Ltd in the last 45 days and actual pricing may change at the time a lease quotation is provided. The cost does not include any optional extras unless stated. Any additional optional extras would impact the cost of the vehicle to you. Your individual circumstances have not been taken into account and will impact the overall cost amount and the benefits of a novated lease. Given all vehicle pricing provided is indicative only, for the purposes of assisting you with your vehicle selection process, all orders and delivery times will be subject to stock availability. Vehicle images are for illustration purposes only.
Prior to entering a novated lease arrangement, you should seek independent qualified financial advice as the complexities of a novated lease could have a significant impact on your financial situation.
†Model specifications and details for the Subaru Outback article were referenced from the All-new Subaru Outback All-wheel Drive brochure released by Subaru (Aust) Pty Limited 2021. Whilst all care is taken in preparing this information, you should not rely on it without making your own independent assessment of the vehicle and other sources of information.