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DON’T miss Leongatha Subaru’s Mas-
sive End of Financial Year 4 Day Sale
event this week.
According to Leongatha Subaru general
manager Russell Hemming, if you’re in
the market for a new vehicle, now is the
time to purchase.
In addition to great drive away deals,
the team at Leongatha Subaru is offering
some sensational added incentives for
their annual Subaru four day sale event.
“We are offering a five year unlimited
kilometre warranty on all model lines
(excludes MY17 Impreza), five year
Roadside Assistance, free rego and CTP,
plus $500 worth of genuine Subaru ac-
cessories free, ” Russell said.
With a great range of SUVs and pas-
senger cars including Outback, Forester,
XV, Liberty, Levorg, Impreza and WRX,
Leongatha Subaru has something to suit
all buyers from all walks of life whether
it be performance in the case of WRX and
Levorg or that ease of getting in out of
the car like Forester, Outback and XV
giving you that extra ground clearance
All Subarus come with Subaru’s criti-
cally acclaimed symmetrical all-wheel
drive system for added safety and han-
dling, plus some models in the range
come with the fantastic Eye Sight tech-
nology which encompasses adaptive
cruise control and emergency brake as-
This is ground-breaking Subaru tech-
nology developed in Japan which is gen-
erally found in more prestige expensive
Subaru all-wheel drive vehicles are
sensational value for money with Im-
preza CVT Auto Sedan starting at just
$24,990 drive away ranging to Outback
2.5 Premium for $46,262 drive away.
“Since gaining the Subaru franchise
for Leongatha in June last year, we have
been overwhelmed with the local sup-
port for this brand, whether it be new
customer purchasing their first Subaru,
current Subaru owners upgrading to a
new model or the wave of customers us-
ing our service department to save on
time travelling out of South Gippsland to
maintain their vehicle, it has been fan-
tastic for my team, ” Russell said.
“We have a very dedicated and knowl-
edgeable staff at Leongatha Subaru and
sales consultant Neil Forth has become
somewhat of a Subaru expert.
“Neil is very passionate about the
brand, and now drives a Subaru himself
and will certainly do all to assist his cus-
tomers’ needs in every instance,” Russell
Hurry in to Leongatha Subaru from
Wednesday, May 17 until Saturday, May
20 and take advantage of the great of-
fers during their massive end of financial
year 4 Day Sale Event.
Just as good the
second time around.
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2014 A250 12,000kms, AMG Exclusive Package, Panoramic Sunroof,
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DRUG drivers have been put on notice in a new
Transport Accident Commission (TAC) campaign to
reduce drug related deaths on Victorian roads.
Minister for Roads and Road Safety Luke Donnellan
and Transport Accident Commission CEO Joe Cala-
fiore unveiled the new campaign recently, highlighting
ramped up drug testing throughout the state.
The campaign tells drug drivers that they can expect
more ‘drug tests, more places, more often’, with every
highway patrol vehicle able to test for drugs.
A television advertisement hits close to home for
drug drivers, depicting a clean cut young man enjoying
Sunday lunch with his family before offering to drive
his grandmother home.
During the trip home he is stopped for a random
drug test and his grandmother looks on as the test
reveals the presence of illegal drugs in his system from
the night before.
Last year, 41 drivers killed on the roads had drugs
in their system, compared with 26 drivers who died
behind the wheel with a BAC over 0.05.
Drug driving now outstrips drink driving as a cause
of fatalities on Victorian roads.
The new campaign aims to educate the community
that illegal drugs can remain detectable long after the
feeling of impairment has passed.
The State Government has invested $15 million in
10 new state of the art drug and booze buses.
Victoria Police have conducted more than 1 million
breath tests in 2015-16, and more than 100,000 drug
tests last financial year. Mr Donnellan said drug driv-
ing is a major killer on Victorian roads.
“Those who think it’s a risk worth taking need to
understand they will be caught.
“Any highway patrol vehicle in Victoria can test for
drugs at any time and where people least expect it.”
Mr Calafiore said there are far too many Victorian
families mourning loved ones because of drug driving.
“If that isn’t enough to deter people, we hope the
thought of getting caught is.
“Victorians who take the risk of driving after taking
drugs have never been more likely to be tested and
taken off the roads.”
Neil Forth and Russell Hemming from Leongatha Subaru are gearing up for the four-
day sale which begins tomorrow.
Leongatha Subaru’s four-day sale event
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