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Opposite Ends: Australia's Most Costly and Most Affordable Cars

Monday 13 July 2015, 4:05PM
By Hunua Auto Spares
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AUCKLAND CITY

Nissan and Suzuki are two well-known automobile companies headquartered in Japan. Their cars are sold all over the world, even reaching as far south as Australia. These two car makers are recently making noise in the automotive industry, with one being the most costly to run and other the most affordable.

According to RACV's Driving Your Dollars 2015 survey,the most costly car on the market that locals run is the petrol V8 version of the Nissan Patrol. Drivers spend $443.60 weekly to keep their 5.6-litre vehicle on the roadway for five years.Add to that the $90,000 purchase price, fuel costsand other things.

The same study, meanwhile, also found the complete opposite of that car – the most affordable. RACV says that motorists consider the Suzuki Celerio a highly economical car to run. Its purchaseprice is $12,990, while a weekly running cost for five years is just a little less than $100.

RACV recommends that you look past the retail value of the car. Other factors such as depreciation, loan interest and insurance are as good as hidden costs if you overlooked them.

With the cost of car servicing also increasing, you may be on the lookout for cost-saving solutions. One option is to buy second-hand Nissan car parts in Auckland. Importing spares from the neighbouring country is not too costly. Likewise, you can also find parts for your Suzuki car in the city.

Hunua Auto Spares, a premier automotive parts supplier in New Zealand, provides quality used spares for 2005 models onwards. Hunua Auto Spares is a member of Parts Trader, an easy-to-use online marketplace where you can find the right used car parts at the right price.

If you’re looking to downsize on your car expenses or maintain it on a low level, then buy second-hand parts from reliable dismantlers. This is one of the most practical ways to upgrade and upkeep your car without emptying your wallet. You can trust that these spares are in good working condition.

For more information about the spare parts, you can visit http://hunuaautospares.co.nz/. They offer quality second-hand partsfor bothNissan and Suzuki marques, including seats, interiors and trims.