Deals On Wheels Australia Issue 466

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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buoyant markets drive digital growth

Booming demand for new and used trucks, trailers and parts and accessories saw enquiries on Australia’s leading digital classifieds network reach an all-time high in March, new data reveals. More than 23,000+ stock items are listed for sale across the network comprising TradeTrucks.com.au, Fullyloaded.com.au, OwnerDriver.com.au and BusNews.com.au – and syndicated across TradeEarthmovers.com.au, TradeFarmMachinery.com.au and TradePlantEquipment.com.au. In March, total enquiries were 16 per cent higher than the previous month – and a stellar 60 per cent up on March 2020, reaching the highest level since the sites were launched back in 2013. The increase in buyer interest was helped by strong audience growth – plus renewed investment in search engine and social media marketing, with combined unique browsers (or visitors) across the four transport sites up 13.4 per cent on the previous month to…

1 min
compressors inflate buyer interest

Trucks, buses, light commercials and compressors were the product types to experience the biggest increases in buyer enquiries on Australia’s leading transport classifieds network in the first quarter of 2021, new data reveals. More than 23,000+ stock items – from buses to winches – are listed for sale across the network comprising TradeTrucks.com.au, Fullyloaded.com.au, OwnerDriver.com.au and BusNews.com.au – and syndicated across TradeEarthmovers.com.au, TradeFarmMachinery.com.au and TradePlantEquipment.com.au. In March compressors registered the most growth in buyer interest, with enquiries up 83.3 per cent (and searches +50.5 per cent) compared to the corresponding quarter of 2020; followed by buses (enquiries +49.1 per cent; searches +22.9 per cent), trucks (enquiries +40.6 per cent; searches +30.1 per cent), and light commercials (enquiries +30 per cent; searches +70.1 per cent). Rounding out the top spots were transportable buildings (enquiries…

4 min
truck sales continue cracking pace

All doubts that commercial vehicle sales are in boom territory again can be put to rest, with the March total topping the last comparable peak and the first quarter being the second best in five years. March comes in at 3,558, above March 2018’s then all-time high of 3,447, while the quarter hits 8,325, just below 2018’s 8,675, according to Truck Industry Council (TIC) T-Mark statistics. This marks a sizzling return to form after total figures dropped successively over the past two years. Across the sizes, Isuzu is in new territory, with 820 units for the month and 2,034 for the quarter, just above 2018’s 817 and 2,006 and significantly higher than last year’s 640/1,714. The market leader has seen its monthly totals rise strongly, with January at 500 and February at 714. One…

2 min
actros hauler

In the world of cab-overs it’s hard to ignore an Actros, as the model combines the best technology used across cars and trucks manufactured by Daimler and pairs it with intelligent design and safety. This particular Mercedes-Benz is a 10/2018 complied Actros 2663 which has only had one owner since new and features the 630hp (470kW) 16-litre engine so you can be sure it has the power to pull any load. Inside the high-roof StreamSpace 2.5m cab with flat floor there are fittings you’d expect at home like an under bunk fridge and IcePak cab cooler to keep you snug no matter the weather outside. Bullbar-mounted LED bar lights and driving lights and a roof-mounted bar with four LED laser lights mean you’ll be able to see the next city long before…

5 min
adventure ready 4x4 isuzu

Brisbane Isuzu’s one-stop shop approach sets it apart from other dealers, offering full in-house fabrication and manufacturing for both off-the-shelf Isuzu Truck options as well as custom creations based on unique customer requirements. The family-owned business has grown tremendously since opening the doors in 1997, now delivering over 1,200 trucks each year out of three locations: Archerfield, Burpengary and Eagle Farm. Brisbane Isuzu now employs more than 200 staff across its three locations; offering sales, service and parts as well as engineering and fabrication, wrecking and recycling, body manufacturing, finance including operating lease options and Isuzu Power Solutions (OEM stationary or auxiliary engines). Brisbane Isuzu also boasts the largest parts holdings in Queensland, supplying the retail and trade sectors as well as operating a remanufacturing facility that offers rebuilds, machining and refurbishing of…

1 min
classy cab-over

Hailing from the Freightliner factory in Cleveland, North Carolina, this clean-looking Argosy is the one to have if you are looking for a well-appointed cab-over with good poke and decent kilometres on the clock. Powered by the Detroit DD-15, this Argosy isn’t short on punch with 560hp (418kW) on tap and around 2,300Nm according to the seller, giving this Argosy the ability to pull its rated gross combined mass of 106 tonnes with ease. Being a 2015 model means that, since the inception of the Argosy line in 1998, Freightliner has had ample time to perfect its cab-over recipe, and this is the result. With a higher floor than other brands and the gearshift located on the dash, this Freightliner is markedly quieter with less engine noise intrusion into the cabin. This particular…