In the evolving COVID-19 environment, we know how challenging day-to-day life has become. In line with the recent Government announcement of Stage 4 restrictions in Victoria, please see an outline below on how Patterson Cheney Isuzu UTE will operate.
• The Sales Department will be online and over the phone to assist with any enquiries and sales whilst working remotely.
• The Service Department remains open for permitted and critical vehicle repair, servicing and maintenance and urgent recalls.
• The Parts Department remains open online and over the phone.
How to buy a vehicle online
Choose your vehicle via our online showroom.
Search our extensive range of new and demonstrator vehicles online.
Purchase online or over the phone.
Our experienced Business Managers can process finance applications & complete the entire transaction online via phone or email.
We'll deliver straight to your door.
We can deliver straight to your door with contactless prestige delivery or collect in person if you're within 5 kms from the dealership. Alternatively, take delivery after the 14th September in our showroom.
Virtual tour & handover.
Once delivered, enjoy a virtual demonstration via FaceTime or Zoom where one of our experienced sales executives will run through all the vehicle features & functionalities with you.
Open for business online and phone
Call 9215 2395
View our stock online
PARTS & SERVICE
Parts 03 9215 2211
Service 03 9215 2255
Mon-Fri 8.00am – 4.00pmEnquire Here
Call 03 9215 2395
Mon-Fri 8.00am – 4.00pm
With the instant asset write-off threshold increasing from $30,000 to $150,000, we're here to keep your business moving.
For full eligibilty and threshold criteria, click below to the ATO website.View Full Article
Under instant asset write-off, eligible businesses can:
Immediately write off the cost of each asset that costs less than the threshold. Passenger vehicles up to the depreciation limit of $57,581 & commercial vehicles up to $150,000
Claim a tax deduction for the business portion of the purchase cost in the year the asset is first used