The Ateco Group is a leading independent automotive vehicle distributor and automotive service provider headquartered in Australia and operating in Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.
For nearly four decades the Ateco Group has been a driving force behind the launch of new automotive brands across in Australia and New Zealand, and the development and growth of brands in Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.
Welcome to the all-new Deliver 9, LDV’s new commercial contender aimed squarely at Australian businesses both big and small.
Increasing LDV’s product range, the all-new Deliver 9 sets fresh benchmarks in the 3.5-8.0-tonne commercial vehicle segment and delivers more for less for sole traders, SMEs, nationally-recognised transport companies and corporate fleets.
Today in London the GQ Car Awards 2021 were announced with the Maserati MC20 being honoured as the Super Sports Car of The Year.
RAM Trucks Australia’s product onslaught continues with the arrival of the new V8 Hemi-powered 1500 Warlock, a seriously-tough addition to the RAM family.
Now swelling the 1500 model range to five different variants, the Warlock is aimed squarely at those who want not only a full-size pick-up truck, but one that comes with extra menace.
Based on the new Crew Cab, Warlock’s key features include aggressive exterior styling, RamBox®Cargo Management System, leather-trimmed upholstery, and a factory fit suspension lift, making it the toughest full-size 4×4 pick-up in Australia today.
“This is a significant milestone in the history of the Ateco Group,” says Neville Crichton CNZM, Founder and Executive Chairman of the Ateco Group.
“History shows we usually initiate the presence of automotive brands in Australia, but this is the first time in over 30 years we have taken on an established OEM – we’re delighted to welcome Renault Australia to the Ateco Group.”
ATECO GROUP PASSES 300,000 SALES
Since its inception, the Ateco Group, Australia’s largest independent automotive distribution company, has delivered 302,525 retail sales at the end of 2019, breaking through the 300,000 barrier. This result highlights that since the FCAI first started recording vehicles sales in 1991, the Ateco Group has outsold Audi, Jeep, Land Rover, Lexus and Volvo among other brands.