A Bit Of Fat In The Price Of A Luxury Car In Australia.

May 14 [Tue], 2013, 14:45
If you needed proof there's a bit of fat in the price of a luxury car in Australia, then セリーヌ バッグ's new ''pricing strategy'' might encourage you. The latest entry to the supercar ranks is cutting a staggering $100, 000 from the price of its 12C convertible, and roughly $95, 000 from the coupe.

The brand says the price cuts come to pass as a result of ''benchmarking its pricing against competitive international markets''.

What a well mannered way of saying Foreign buyers are getting cheated. And this is a less-polite way of saying it: ''McLaren believes the super-luxury sports-car message has been in times past too costly in Australia. '' That wouldn't exactly be music to the ears of Ferrari, which recently ditched its local distributor and set up shop in its right in Australia. McLaren says the price cuts are all about being transparent, but sadly the openness doesn't extend to including on-road costs in the advertised price of its cars.
Would you execute a deal with the Demon to save your car company? That's セリーヌ 長財布 the makers of Fisker's electric fancy car, which has hit trouble and is seeking a white knight to bail it out. It seems one candidate as saviour is none other than former GM bigwig Bob Lutz, the man who once notoriously said global increased temperatures was a ''crock''.

To be fair, Lutz then had a ''road to Damascus'' moment and was crucial in bringing the セリーヌ 財布 plug-in hybrid to market. But this treatment solution for Fisker is about as green sensitive as the Exxon Valdez. Lutz and a business partner have purchased 20 Karma shells -- or ''gliders'' -- and want to shoehorn a 410kW, 6. 2-litre supercharged V8 into the engine clean.
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