Articles for sellers, dealers and auto enthusiasts
Gasoline prices are soaring all across the country, and Canadians are once again feeling the pinch at the pumps. With fuel prices forecasted to rise by an extra 5 cents per gallon over the remainder of the year, car owners will have to take matters into their own hands if they’re going to soften the impact on their wallets.
With vehicle sales topping 2 million for the first time ever, 2017 was another year of rapid growth in Canada’s auto industry. So, if you’re looking to upgrade your wheels or enter the car market for the first time, then 2018 seems as good a time as any to make your big-ticket purchase.
No matter how much money you have sitting in the bank, your vehicle represents a serious investment, and like any significant purchase, buying a new car requires careful thought and consideration. Whether you use your car heavily or not, it will begin to lose value almost immediately from the day of purchase.
Families come in different shapes and sizes, but regardless of the number of people in your household, one thing’s for sure: you need a safe, reliable set of wheels to handle their transport on a daily basis. From SUVs to sedans, fuel-efficient compacts to minivans - gone are the days when the erstwhile station wagon was the only choice available for moms and dads.
Who doesn’t like buying a car, especially if it’s your first? However, when it comes to making any kind of an investment, smart are those who take a moment to consider their options!
In an increasingly competitive environment, dealers need every advantage that can get them to remain viable, and in a technology-driven age that means throwing away business-as-usual operating strategies in favour of a modern, digitally geared approach.