Find your perfect (car) match
this Valentine’s Day

Love at first sight really does exist

Valentine’s Day is once again nearly upon us and in honour of this most heart-warming of occasions, we thought we’d play Car Cupid, helping match you with the set of wheels of your dreams.

No matter what your heart desires in your next ride—style, adventure or an abiding love for the environment—we’re here to help you fall head over wheels this February.


Hyundai i30N
For those looking for something fun and sporty

Few vehicle segments get the heart racing like the hot hatch, and the Hyundai i30N could definitely be described as a vehicle that inspires love at first sight.

With 19-inch forged alloy wheels, twin sports exhaust, leather-appointed sports seats (on Premium variants) and your choice of head-turning paintworks—including ‘Performance Blue’, ‘Phantom Black’ and ‘Engine Red’— you’ll feel like you’ve been transported straight to the track.

The i30N is also big on tech, with wireless charging, smartphone integration, keyless entry with push button start, and a full suite of driver safety technologies that proves this is a ride as smart as it is sexy.


Kia Sportage
Seeking something dependable and family-oriented?

The all-new 2022 Sportage has just landed with a fresh exterior, a roomier cabin and a more comprehensive safety suite.

The sporty mid-size SUV brings a new level of luxury and convenience to your future family road trips. Enjoy hands-free access to your cargo, courtesy of the Smart Power Tailgate, and pack even more into your adventures with 60/40 split folding rear seats offering flexible storage and seating. The panoramic sunroof* gives everyone a front row seat to the world around you.

The whole family will positively swoon over the Sportage, with an intuitive infotainment system, dual zone climate control, wireless charging, an 8-speaker Harman Kardon® premium sound system and a selection of 64 LED ambient lighting colours* to suit every mood.

*Available on the GT-Line grade.


Tesla Model 3
Searching for an eco-friendly paramour?

The winner of carsales Best Electric Car 2021, the Model 3 sure has a reputation that precedes it. And it’s understandable to see why.

The fastback four-door sedan offers a variety of high-level features beyond what is available in many of its EV competitors, including hands-free park assist and free over-the-air software updates.

The model boasts one of the longest driving ranges on a single charge, up to 580km, so you needn’t worry about only taking it out for quick trips around town. And you’ll have the assurance of a 5-star ANCAP safety rating, with ultrasonic sensors and cameras monitoring your surroundings from every angle.


Audi A3 Sedan
For those who appreciate the finer things in life

After several delays, the fourth generation Audi A3 Sedan is due to land in Australia in early 2022, flaunting a striking new design with advanced technologies and an even more engaging driving experience than its predecessors.

In matters of love, it’s not all about looks, but sometimes they’re hard to overlook—especially with the redesigned A3, which flaunts a more sculptured silhouette, sleek LED headlights and 18-inch alloys to create an undeniably powerful first impression.

Inside, you can expect a host of luxurious appointments and finishes. Audi’s famous Virtual Cockpit digital instruments are centre stage, which include a 10.25-inch display and the latest MMI touch infotainment system with voice control and 3D map display.


Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross PHEV
For those slightly afraid of commitment

Like many motorists, you may feel a certain hesitancy about transitioning to an EV for the first time—whether it’s due to range anxiety or lack of charging infrastructure. Which is why a plug-in hybrid option, like the Eclipse Cross PHEV, might be the perfect Goldilocks vehicle for you.

The Eclipse Cross hybrid can offer you the reassuring combination of clean, efficient electric driving with the long-distance capabilities of a petrol engine. The model comes equipped with both a Type 2 plug and cable, used for regular household and destination charging points, and a CHAdeMo plug and cable suitable for DC fast charging.

A smartphone app also allows you to remotely check the car’s status, location, charge schedule, or pre-engage the air conditioning and headlights. And no matter which of the three grades you choose, you’ll experience the peace of mind that comes with 5-star safety.


Ford Everest
Perhaps the rugged outdoorsy type floats your boat?

The all-new Ford Everest is yet to be released in Australia but it’s already setting hearts in the automotive world aflutter. Details may be fairly scarce at this point, but there’s nothing like a bit of mystery when it comes to love, right?

From what is known, the all-new seven-seat off-road SUV will be based on the Ford Ranger chassis and powertrains. Spy shots reveal the 2022 Everest will boast a squarer silhouette, with sharper angles and a boxier rear end, for a more aggressive overall design. Like the Ranger, it will feature Ford’s new signature front-end styling, including C-shaped headlight cluster.

And if the new Everest is anything like its predecessor, it’s likely to be Ford’s most capable off-roader to date, with an even more impressive towing capacity so you can confidently explore the off-the-beaten track to your heart’s content.

Ready to find your perfect match?

Whether you’re looking for a bit of muscle, an adventurous outdoors type, or a car who shares your environmental concerns, our matchmakers are ready and waiting to help you find that perfect match.

Give us a call on 1800 743 262 today to get started, or check out our website for more auto inspiration.

This article provides general information only about the vehicles, it should not be relied upon. SG Fleet is not the supplier or manufacturer of any of the vehicles and does not take any responsibility for the vehicles or the information about the vehicles contained in this article. You should make your own independent assessment of the vehicle and other sources of information (including the websites of the vehicle distributor/manufacturer). Vehicle images are for illustration purposes only.