As Australian’s there is nothing better than spending the weekends exploring our opal-hearted country and taking long drives to discover new places. From the city to the bush and from the snow to the sea, as Aussie’s we love adventure!
But how do we get to these amazing places?
According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) in early 2017 SUVs accounted for about a third of new vehicle sales. Well this explains how we explore the outdoors.
With 6.1 million families in Australia (according to the 2016 census) it is pretty obvious that having more room in the car for weekday commuting or weekend adventures is becoming more popular. Riding around in station wagons and SUVs definitely allows for a more spacious drive.
So what’s better than exploring our great land in an SUV? That would have to be driving in style and tackling new adventures in a luxury SUV! Prestige SUVs suit every driving experience, whether you live in the city or wish to head out of town for the weekend and go off road for a journey in the ‘outback’.
A luxury SUV also provides comfort on those long drives to your next destination. Australia is a big place and covers over 7.6 million square kilometres of land! You could go a while on a straight road without passing through a single town so you want to be comfortable in your car.
Take on your next adventure in a great prestige SUV or station wagon. Choose from a range of stylish and luxurious SUVs including Audi, BMW, Land Rover, Lexus, Mercedes Benz and Volvo at our latest prestige auction in Melbourne on Thursday 10 August at 6:00pm. If you can’t make it on the day, login to Simulcast where you can bid from the comfort of your own home.
So what are you waiting for? Plan your weekends and holidays the right way and explore the millions of kilometres, the great country towns, the beautiful beaches, the rugged mountains and the amazing cities we have to offer.
All our other luxury SUVs and station wagons, along with other prestige vehicles can be viewed on the Manheim website. For more information on this auction, please click here.
Reference: Australia Bureau of Statistics (http://www.abs.gov.au/)