A new trend in auto sales is to look for parts with high price tags, or to try and negotiate a discount on parts in order to get the deal.
The latest trend is for buyers to look to find parts that are often priced very competitively with their own car.
There are a number of new parts being made with premium components that are not available from any other manufacturer.
This is a trend that has been seen in Australia for the past several years.
And it is a growing trend.
One of the key drivers for this is that the Australian economy has become so weak that many carmakers have been forced to look at other avenues for growth.
For example, Ford has announced plans to build a new factory in Melbourne to manufacture the next generation of the Focus.
While it is currently a few years away, the new plant will start production in 2019 and is expected to create around 3,000 jobs.
But the main driver of the new factory is that it is being built at a time when the Australian car market is shrinking.
Ford will manufacture the new Focus in Melbourne, while Holden plans to do the same for its current production facility in Melbourne.
If you were to ask consumers how they felt about this new trend, the vast majority of them would say they were happy with the new pricing model.
They would also say that the higher prices they are seeing for their car was a good thing.
What about you?
What is the new price tag that you are paying for your car?
Do you think it is worth it?
Share your views in the comments below.