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THURSDAY 30th MARCH 2017

To all our friends, colleagues, customers and referrers:

Due to the extreme weather conditions currently being experienced in South East Queensland, our offices will be closed from midday (Queensland time) THURSDAY 30th March.
We will re-open from 9am tomorrow (FRIDAY 31st MARCH).

Thank you for your understanding.

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Its 225mm ground clearance, the ladder frame chassis and 3000kg braked towing capacity makes it perfect for Australians who caravan, camp and go boating but don’t need four-wheel drive.

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With its flared guards and good proportions, it’s a handsome little runabout. Check out more interesting stuff!

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Here is the list of gadgets on the market today that can help you be better prepared for whatever the road throws at you.

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https://www.foxcarloans.com.au/the-15-best-gadgets-for-your-car

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Not yet convinced that using a car finance broker gives you the advantage over those who go directly to the bank? We have more ideas to share because we care!
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It's powered by a 116-hp turbocharged 1.2-liter four-cylinder engine or a 130-hp naturally aspirated 1.5-liter inline-four, with both versions expected to be offered with either a six-speed manual or a six-speed automatic transmission.

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https://www.foxcarloans.com.au/toyota-will-reveal-a-supra-concept-plus-two-other-sports-cars-in-october

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Eight docking stations are placed throughout the vehicle, so everyone can charge up their gadgets. The car is also "device agnostic," so it will grow with you and adjust to your needs over time.
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https://www.foxcarloans.com.au/check-out-this-self-driving-minivan-made-for-millennials

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Ferrari Has Built A $500,000 'Family' Car To Attract New Buyers To The Luxury Sports Brand
By Business Insider Australia

Ferrari’s newest car is designed to drop the kids at school and go shopping in, according to the Italian supercar maker’s Australian CEO.
The GTC4Lusso T was unveiled in Sydney just two months after its international debut at the Paris Motor Show in September. It’s the first time Ferrari has offered a four-seater with its 3.8-litre twin-turbo V8 – the same engine in the wildly popular California T convertible.
It’s priced at $503,880 (plus on-road costs), with options that can take the bill to $631,558 and Ferrari says it’s aimed at people “seeking a car that is sporty, versatile, and ideal for driving on a daily basis”.
The V8 version is a rear-wheel drive with 4-wheel steering, which means that for the first time the Prancing Horse is offering a car with two different engines and drive-trains.
Ferrari Australasia CEO Herbert Appleroth believes the V8 GTC4Lusso is going to lure a whole new group of people to the Italian stallion.
“We have expectations that probably 70% of those owners will be new to Ferrari, very similar to California,” he said.
With a number of luxury car makers, especially in the SUV segment “bridging the gap and becoming ‘natural stepping stone to a Ferrari”, Appleroth says the GTC4Lusso T will lure people away that cars such as the Porsche Cayenne and Range Rover, as well as British GTs, to Ferrari, because it offers a broader appeal.
“There’s been people come into the sports market in that $300-400,000 mark who then want something as an everyday car,” he said.
“This is about the school run, this is about going to the supermarket, and this is about the weekend away as well as during the weekend. Urban guerilla warfare. This is what this car is all about.”
As Ferrari’s senior vice president of design, Flavio Manzoni, pointed out during a visit to Sydney earlier this year, the company’s never going to make an SUV, so this is about as close as close as you’ll get from the Prancing Horse.
And of course if you’re trying to mount an argument with your spouse that you’ll save money by buying a Ferrari – here are two things to remember: the first seven years of servicing are included in the price, and second-hand Ferraris hold their value better than any other car. Oh, and it’s not for you, remember, it’s for the kids.
The other good news if you currently don’t have a family, is that there’s still time to start one. Even if you ordered a GTC4Lusso T this week, delivery won’t be until 2018.
The first Australian cars are due to land in mid-2017.
For any auto financing needs, you may contact us at 1300 665 906!
www.foxcarloans.com.au

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