"2021 Stralis ATi 360 6X2
- IVECO CURSOR 8L @ 360hp/1500Nm
- 12 Speed Eurotronic Automated Transmission
- Meritor MS13-175 Rear Axle
- Lazy Rear Axle
- Rear Diff Lock
- IVECO 8 Bag Airbag Rear Suspension (ECAS)
- Disc Brakes Front and Rear, ABS/ASR
- 40T GCM
- Low-roof Sleeper Cab
- ISRI AIR SEAT
- Electric and Heated External Mirrors
- Cruise Control
- AM/FM CD/MP3 with Bluetooth
- 1x 400L Square Alloy Fuel Tank, 1x 55L AdBlue Tank
comes with standard 2 year, 500,000km factory warranty with options up to 5 year, 800,000kms (at additional cost) - As per Iveco terms & conditions
In-house Finance available
Contact us today to organise a test drive or have us bring it to your door.
Federal Government Budget 2020 - 2021
Instant Asset Write-Off
Eligible businesses for the instant asset write-off (IAWO) will include those with an aggregated annual turnover of less than $5 billion (up from $500 million). The IAWO applies to those carrying on a business and can be applied to the full cost of a new vehicle, with no threshold. An immediate tax deduction will be available on delivery for new vehicles delivered between 6 October 2020 and 30 June 2022.
For businesses with an aggregated annual turnover less than $50 million, IAWO will apply to the full cost of all New or Used vehicles, with no threshold (previously $150,000), providing it is purchased within carrying on a business. An immediate tax deduction will be available on delivery for all new and used vehicles delivered between 6 October 2020 and 30 June 2022.
Businesses with an aggregated annual turnover between $50 million and $500 million can still apply the IAWO measures announced in August 2020 with a threshold of $150,000 (excluding GST), towards second-hand vehicles/trucks purchased and delivered by 30 June 2021 (previously 30 December 2020).
Contact us today to discuss your options.
Please refer to the following link and seek further independent professional advice for your own financial circumstances: https://www.ato.gov.au/General/New-legislation/The-Australian-Government-s-Economic-Response-to-Coronavirus/"