What we do

Red Plum Automotive is a national car buying service that can finance and source you a new or used car, at no extra cost, saving you thousands.

Simply tell us what
you're after

Once we understand your needs we submit multiple requests to dealers to achieve the best price and terms of sale.

Sit back, pay less,
get more.

At no direct cost to you we negotiate the best price and take care of all the details, including your trade, delivery, finance, insurance and aftermarket needs.

A Better Way
To Buy A Car

Our industry knowledge and experience are on your side, delivering a personalised service and a superior purchasing experience.

Why use a Broker?

Buying through a professional car broker delivers major advantages.

Save time, save money

We take care of all the details, up to and including delivery. We offer a range of helpful services including financeinsurance and aftermarket, ensuring easy access to anything you may need throughout the purchase process and beyond for your new or used car.

 

One-to-one customer service

Working one-to-one with a Red Plum Automotive consultant makes for a much more personalised and streamlined experience.

 

Benefit from extensive, acquired knowledge

Our extensive knowledge and understanding of the car industry is at your disposal, as we work hard to find the right vehicle. This experience is reflected not only in the price, but in the ongoing service you’ll receive throughout the process.

Need further information? Download our informative brochure.

How To Test Drive A New Car – 7 Tips

August 31, 2017 • No Comment.

HOW TO TEST DRIVE A NEW CAR 7 TIPS Test drive or not? Test driving a new car seems like an unnecessary step when you know what car you want. You have done your research and you have driven a car before. Why is it important to test drive before you buy a new car? Don’t all cars pretty much drive the same?   Build quality of the majority of cars today is good and they are required to meet Government regulated safety standards. Most car brands have a minimum 3-year warranty a number have up to 7 years warranty. Therefore theoretically if something goes wrong it will get fixed. Even so, it is still the second biggest purchase you...