With current market conditions putting a stranglehold on new car sales across all vehicle categories, brands have been pushed to sharpen their pencils in an attempt to lure buyers.
Before the traditional wave of end-of-financial-year deals hits, a range of interim stimulus offers have hit the market as lures to prospective buyers. We’ve put a list of current market offers (shown in alphabetical order, by brand) below.
As with any offer or incentive, terms and conditions may apply and offers may be available for a limited time or subject to extension. Advertised offers don’t include options or accessories, unless otherwise stated, and you may still be able to negotiate on the vehicle of your choice.
Fiat Doblo from $23,950 drive-away
Fiat’s light van is currently available with a 1.4-litre petrol engine and five-speed manual from $23,950 or a 1.6-litre turbo diesel and six-speed manual from $24,990. Regular pricing sees the petrol start from $22,000 and the diesel from $27,000 before on-road costs.
Fiat Ducato from $42,850 drive-away
Fiat skips the medium van class and heads straight to the big leagues with the Ducato, with the 110kW/380Nm 2.3-litre turbo diesel short wheelbase, low roof model starting from $42,850 drive-away in place of the usual $38,990 +ORC starting point, for the six-speed manual.
Ford Transit Custom from $44,390 drive-away
Ford’s medium Transit Custom van comes in five different specifications, all available with drive-away deals. The entry-level Transit Custom 340S kicks off from $44,390 for 2019-plated vehicles in short wheelbase, low roof guise, with a 125kW/390Nm 2.0-litre turbo diesel engine and six-speed automatic, usually priced from $42,390 +ORCs.
Drive-away pricing is also available for the long wheelbase 340L auto ($46,390), the 340L Double Cab in Van auto ($49,390) the short wheelbase Transit Custom Sport 320S auto ($47,890) and the Sport Double Cab in Van 320L (52,890) both with a more powerful 136kW/405Nm 2.0-litre turbo diesel.
At present Ford has no current offers open on the large Transit van range.
Hyundai iLoad from $40,990 drive-away
Hyundai’s iLoad van range may not be as comprehensive as some competitors, but the Korean brand has rolled out deals nonetheless.
Drive-away deals start from $40,990 for the 100kW/343Nm 2.5-litre turbo diesel six-speed manual, $43,990 for the 125kW/441Nm five-speed automatic, or $45,990 for the auto Crew Van variant.
Regular pricing puts the three at $41,290, $42,290 and $44,290 before on-road costs respectively.
LDV G10 from $28,490 drive-away
LDV Automotive, distributed locally by Ateco Automotive, has cut $1500 from the price of its entire range which already runs permanent drive-away pricing.
As such, the G10 starts from $28,490 with a 106kW/350Nm 1.9-litre turbo diesel and six-speed manual or $30,990 for the diesel with a six-speed auto.
The 165kW/330Nm 2.0-litre turbo petrol with a six-speed auto is also available priced from $29,490.
LDV D80 from $29,490 drive-away
Like the smaller G10, the LDV G80 scores a $1500 price slice. All are powered by the same 100kW/380Nm 2.5-litre turbo diesel engine and come with a choice of six-speed manual or six-speed automatic transmission.
The short wheelbase low roof starts from $29,490, the long wheelbase mid roof from $34,490 and the long wheelbase high roof from $36,490 as a manual, choosing the automatic adds an even $2000 across the board.
At present Mercedes-Benz has no current drive-away offers open on the mid-size Vito or large Sprinter van ranges, however ex-demonstrater vehicles are available with three years free servicing and the same five year warranty term as applied to new vehicles (starting from the date of first registration).
At present Peugeot has no current offers open on the small Partner, mid-size Expert or large Boxer van ranges.
Renault Kangoo from $24,990 drive-away
Renault is currently running multiple offers on the small Kangoo van range, starting from $24,990 driveaway for MY19 stock or $26,490 for current year model versions of the short wheelbase 84kW/190Nm 1.2-litre turbo petrol with a six-speed manual.
Regular pricing kicks off from $24,490 +ORCs. Other variants are also on offer with the Kangoo Maxi petrol auto from $28,990 drive-away or limited remaining stock for MY19 models from $27,490 for the SWB auto, $27,990 for the Maxi manual, $30,490 for the Maxi auto and $30,990 for the Maxi Crew, all including on-roads.
Renault Trafic from $32,990 drive-away
Like the Kangoo, the mid-size Trafic opens with the cheapest drive-away deals on remaining MY19 models including the LWB 85 (85kW/300Nm 1.6 TD man) from $32,990, SWB 103 (103kW/340Nm 1.6 TTD) from $37,990 and LWB 103 from $39,990.
Current stock offers for the updated Trafic range can get you into the Trafic Pro 85 SWB manual from $37,990 drive-way, or the dual-clutch auto Premium 125 (125kW/380Nm 2.0 TD) from $45,490 drive-away.
Without the current offers regular pricing starts from $36,490 +ORCs for the Pro 85 SWB or $43,490 +ORCs for the Premium 125 SWB.
Renault Master from $42,490 drive-away
No surprises here, but Renault’s MY19 stock clearance applies to the big master van too, and again stocks are limited. Looking through the list, drive-away deals include the Master SWB manual from $42,490 or automatic (using a single-clutch automated manual transmission) from $44,990.
MWB manual from $45,490 or auto $47,990, LWB manual from $47,490 or auto from $49,990 the rear-wheel drive LWB manual from $50,990 and the extra long wheelbase (ELWB) manual from $53,990.
A 2.3-litre four cylinder diesel powers the range, with a single turbo and 110kW/350Nm outputs for automatic versions or a more powerful twin-turbo producing 120kW and 360Nm for manual models. Current model Master LWB auto is available with a $51,990 drive-away price in place of the regular $51,990 +ORC list price.
At present Toyota has no current drive-away offers open on the HiAce van range but business applicants may be able to access 1.9% finance on applicable 2019-built vehicle though Toyota Finance.
Volkswagen Caddy from $29,990 drive-away
The Caddy range scores drive-away pricing on automatic models, starting at $29,990 for the Caddy SWB with a 92kW/220Nm 1.4-litre turbo petrol engine and seven-speed dual-clutch (or DSG) auto. The LWB Caddy Maxi petrol is available from $34,490.
Moving to the diesel range the 75kW/250Nm 2.0-litre turbo diesel and six-speed DSG combo kicks off from $34,490 for the SWB or $36,990 for the Maxi.
Despite a current run-out of existing T6 Transporter stock ahead of the updated T6.1 model due mid-year, at present Volkswagen has no current drive-away offers open on the Transporter van range.
Volkswagen Crafter from $46,990 drive-away
Although the wider Crafter range encompasses more variants, current offers extend to four fast-movers in the range: TDI340 medium and long wheelbase vans with either manual or automatic transmissions.
The MWB starts from $46,990 with a six-speed manual or $52,490 with an eight-speed automatic. The LWB versions are available from $50,490 manual or $55,990 auto. All TDI340 models are powered by a 103kW/340Nm 2.0-litre turbo diesel engine with front wheel drive
NOTE: While every effort has been made to accurately depict the models described, images included are indicative only and may include specifications, features, options and accessories not included as part of the promotional offers described.
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