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(0 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 6 issues per year Delivery Magazine is uniquely positioned as the only publication in Australia providing an in-depth focus on the entire light commercial vehicle market. This high quality, bi-monthly printed publication is distributed through newsagencies in Australia and New Zealand.

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Delivery Magazine  |  Issue 37 August - September 2011  


Making up one third of the total of the passenger car market, the light commercial segment is substantial in its own right, and well able to stand alongside its passenger car siblings in terms of financial revenue and importance to the community. Why then it doesn’t gain the same recognition remains something of a surprise, especially when the drivers and buyers in this segment are small business owners or owner /drivers who do not have a broad knowledge of the vehicle market, and for whom expert advice and a large selection of products on display could prove highly beneficial.

What we did see at the Melbourne Show was the start of the combined display of light commercial and car products. Volkswagen’s sedans and hatches shared the limelight with Amarok, Caddy and Transporter, and Hyundai’s array of new cars were joined by the iMax and iLoad. Ford added the next generation Ranger but excluded its extremely capable Transit Econetic. Mazda also brought in its futuristic BT-50 as a backdrop to its car and SUV range.

As the light commercial segment continues to expand in size, and increases its technology achievements with the introduction of new Euro 5 and Euro 6 engines, hybrid power, plug-in electric and even fuel cell drive systems, the segment has a great story to tell. While a show confined just to light commercial vehicles may not be a sufficient drawcard to attract large numbers of visitors, adding a significant light commercial component to a major car show should increase appeal and provide the right avenue for the vehicle manufacturers to display all their products, rather than just part of their range.

Delivery Issue 37 includes the latest news and a preview of the next Holden Colorado, Ford Ranger and Mazda BT-50, plus upgrades to the Toyota HiLux. We also look at where headlamp technology is going with LED headlamps, and how selecting the right tyres can cut your fuel bills.
Delivery Magazine is uniquely positioned as the only publication in Australia providing an in-depth focus on the entire light commercial vehicle market. This high quality, bi-monthly printed publication is distributed through newsagencies in Australia and New Zealand.

Delivery Magazine readers own or operate vans, utes, people movers and light trucks. From the tradie with one van or ute, to the national fleet operator, they want to keep up to date with the latest technology affecting their industry. They want to know which vehicle to choose, how best to finance the purchase, what accessories will make the vehicle more effective and how resale value will affect their bottom line.

Delivery Magazine is packed with editorial evaluations of the latest vehicles and regular features explain the latest developments in finance, leasing and maintenance. With its specification chart analysis of all vans, utes and chassis cabs it provides the only comprehensive reference point for the business segment. which vehicle to choose, how best to finance the purchase, what accessories will make the vehicle more effective and how resale value will affect their bottom line.
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Delivery Magazine   |   Issue 37 August - September 2011   


Making up one third of the total of the passenger car market, the light commercial segment is substantial in its own right, and well able to stand alongside its passenger car siblings in terms of financial revenue and importance to the community. Why then it doesn’t gain the same recognition remains something of a surprise, especially when the drivers and buyers in this segment are small business owners or owner /drivers who do not have a broad knowledge of the vehicle market, and for whom expert advice and a large selection of products on display could prove highly beneficial.

What we did see at the Melbourne Show was the start of the combined display of light commercial and car products. Volkswagen’s sedans and hatches shared the limelight with Amarok, Caddy and Transporter, and Hyundai’s array of new cars were joined by the iMax and iLoad. Ford added the next generation Ranger but excluded its extremely capable Transit Econetic. Mazda also brought in its futuristic BT-50 as a backdrop to its car and SUV range.

As the light commercial segment continues to expand in size, and increases its technology achievements with the introduction of new Euro 5 and Euro 6 engines, hybrid power, plug-in electric and even fuel cell drive systems, the segment has a great story to tell. While a show confined just to light commercial vehicles may not be a sufficient drawcard to attract large numbers of visitors, adding a significant light commercial component to a major car show should increase appeal and provide the right avenue for the vehicle manufacturers to display all their products, rather than just part of their range.

Delivery Issue 37 includes the latest news and a preview of the next Holden Colorado, Ford Ranger and Mazda BT-50, plus upgrades to the Toyota HiLux. We also look at where headlamp technology is going with LED headlamps, and how selecting the right tyres can cut your fuel bills.
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You'll receive 6 issues during a 1 year Delivery Magazine magazine print subscription.
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