Deals On Wheels Australia Issue 463

For more than two decades Deals On Wheels has been Australia’s biggest-selling truck magazine. At a whopping 500+ pages per month, it is widely recognised as the ‘bible’ for those looking to buy and sell new and used trucks, trailers, parts and accessories and much more. Deals On Wheels for Zinio delivers the power of the printed page with the immediacy and convenience that comes from delivery on Zinio. Featuring all the same great content, deals and reviews as the print magazine, it is an essential tool for anyone looking to search, compare and buy or sell trucks, trailers and all things transport related.

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1 min
virus fuels digital growth

Enquiries on the 117,000+ stock items for sale on Australia’s leading transport and machinery classifieds network jumped 25 per cent in calendar 2020, new data reveals. Buoyant conditions in the farm machinery sector saw enquiries on TradeEarthmovers.com.au, TradeFarmMachinery.com.au and TradePlantEquipment.com.au surge 42.8 per cent in the period. Enquiries on transport equipment websites BusNews.com.au, Fullyloaded.com.au, OwnerDriver.com.au and TradeTrucks.com.au rose a robust 8.5 per cent in the period. Perhaps reflecting the impact of COVD-19 on buyer behaviour, email enquiries leapt 32.07 per cent in calendar 2020, well ahead of the 22.45 per cent increase in phone enquiries. The growth in enquiries was generated off the back of strong traffic growth, with organic unique visitors up 15.4 per cent in the 12-month period. Email traffic jumped 10 per cent year-on-year (YoY). Leading the way was TradePlantEquipment.com.au (+18.5 per…

1 min
mobile dominates classifieds search

Users accessing Australia’s leading transport and machinery classifieds network via tablet continued their long-term decline in calendar 2020, new data reveals. Tablets accounted for just 8.5 per cent of users in the period, down from 12.18 per cent in 2019 – and well off their peak of 20.9 per cent in 2015. Surprisingly, users accessing the websites via desktop computers increased to 37.3 per cent, up from 35.9 per cent in 2019 – but still down on the record 49.5 per cent in 2015. Mobile, meanwhile, maintained its long-term growth, accounting for 54.2 per cent of users, up from 51.9 per cent in their previous calendar year – and well ahead of the 33 per cent in 2015. Sessions by Device (%)* Enquiries by Phone vs Email (%)* * Based on sessions on BusNews.com.au, Fullyloaded.com.au, OwnerDriver.com.au,…

3 min
charge of the light brigade

As January traditionally signals a new beginning and the lowest sales month of the year, the caution against overstating the meaning of the commercial vehicle sales during it is naturally high. The only clues – and they are rough ones, given volatility in the numbers are common later in the year – tend to be yearly comparisons. Even so, taking what we have of the Truck Industry Council’s (TIC’s) T-Mark figures for last month, the market is off to the third-fastest start in a five-year period that encompassed the boom of 2018 and 2019. At 1,998, January 2021 is bested only by 2018’s 2,227 and 2019’s 2,196 and is ahead of 2017’s 1,920 and 2020’s 1,852, when the boom ran out of puff for the economy and the market. Isuzu kicked off the year…

3 min
show stopper

Hyundai Trucks is back in the country with a whole new range of light-duty, medium-duty and expanding into the heavy-duty segment this year. Among the showstoppers is the all-new midsize Hyundai Pavise, which is set to launch in the Australian market in early 2021. Pavise represents the latest in technology Hyundai Trucks has to offer with class-leading powertrains, safety, design and space. A range of chassis and wheelbase options means Pavise will be the perfect addition to any fleet or business. “Pavise comes in three chassis variants and multiple wheelbase options, starting at 12 tonnes in a 4x2 configuration. There is an option of the 12 tonne-rated D112 model, 15.5 tonne-rated D115 and 17.6 tonne-rated D217 model. There are also plans to bring a 6x2 configuration variant to Australia by the third…

12 min
bunt’s punt

I’m willing to go to some pretty extravagant lengths when it comes to chasing down a story. I’ll set an early alarm and sacrifice much-needed beauty sleep. I’ll do a full day on the road and then still pack up my camera gear and go shooting. I’ve even missed some of the Bathurst 1000 in order to catch a photoshoot. I do, however, draw the line at taking my camera gear out in the rain. I’m far too protective of it for that. My Nikons are like my children if I had or even liked children. I protect them from elements, I try to protect them from falls and injuries, and I most assuredly keep them safe from Canon shooters. It’s what a good parent does. I always assumed this would be…

3 min
just around the corner

We are lucky enough to be attending the Southern Hemisphere’s largest automotive event With visits to showrooms and customers off the cards for significant parts of the last year, the 2021 Brisbane Truck Show presents the best opportunity to come together and reconnect with customers, peers and the entire industry. It also allows for these new products, models or innovations to be seen up close. That applies across the full range of trucks, trailers, components, technology, equipment, accessories and even merchandise. On the opening morning of the show, highly-anticipated new models will be unveiled to an eager audience. Before the doors open the halls are busy with sales teams putting a final polish on every item and every counter. It is a beautiful thing to see the lights come on, screens light up and the…