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Buying a Car in Australia- Car Sales with Guaranteed Buyback

 

Buying a car or campervan is the perfect cheap travel solution for a gap year or Working Holiday Visa traveller. We give you a choice of more than 100 vehicles for sale, spread over six locations across Australia! We have over 15 years' experience and have sold approximately 10,000 vehicles to travellers from all over the world, including many on a working holiday visa. We offer a range of services and warranties for those living in Australia, that go way beyond those of any other Australian dealer. Over many years, we have developed a package that perfectly meets the needs of international travellers with an interest in buying a car in Australia.

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  • Nationwide Guaranteed Buyback Scheme
  • Try & Buy Scheme
  • 3 day 100% money back guarantee
  • 14 day total warranty
  • 5000km engine and gearbox warranty
  • 1800 freecall advice and support hotline
  • 24 hour roadside assistance
  • Expert advice and experience in car ownership issues such as registration
  • Even third party property insurance is available.

 

If you have any questions on how to buy a car in Australia on a Working Holiday Visa, please read Travellers Autobarn's online guide . They answer all of the questions that an international traveller could possibly have when buying a car in Australia. Buy your car or campervan now!

 

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