Motor Vehicles Scheme
The scheme was established for a 5-year period, with an annual refresh to include new suppliers and new motor vehicle models.
- A straightforward request for proposal (RFP) intake removes lengthy and expensive tender processes.
- Suppliers agree to simplified scheme conditions before becoming an approved provider, reducing red tape and making the process simpler.
- Dynamic pricing enables suppliers to amend their discounts at any time, without going below their originally tendered discount.
- Increased opportunity to present solutions to NSW Government through 6-monthly assessments of supplier RFQs in response to committed forward volumes.
- A standardised range of motor vehicles will be available under the scheme.
- Savings can be achieved through an aggregated forward order RFQ process.
The following suppliers have been approved to provide a specified range of motor vehicles under the scheme.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA Australia)
Ford Motor Company of Australia
Fuso Truck and Bus (Daimler Truck and Bus)
Hino Trucks Australia
Isuzu Trucks Australia
Isuzu Ute Australia
Iveco Trucks Australia
Kia Motors Australia
LDV Automotive Australia (Ateco Automotive)
MG Motor Australia (SAIC Motor Australia)
Mercedes-Benz Australia Pacific
Mitsubishi Motors Australia
Nissan Motor Co (Australia)
Renault Australia (Vehicle Distributor's Australia)
Skoda Australia (Volkswagen Group Australia)
Tesla Motors Australia Pty Ltd
Toyota Motor Corporation Australia
UD Trucks and Mack Trucks (Volvo Group Australia)
Volkswagen Group Australia
Volvo Car Australia Pty Ltd
Buyers should refer to the approved vehicle lists (AVL) which may be acquired from this scheme:
Guidelines regarding model choice are in the Motor Vehicle Operational Guidelines.
Buying via fleet management providers
A critical requirement under the scheme is for clients of fleet management providers to participate in a request for quotation (RFQ) process every 6 months.
The RFQ process includes the following steps:
- Clients of fleet management providers commit to forward purchase volumes, which are then aggregated with the requirements of other NSW Government customers.
- Based on the aggregated volume of vehicles from all fleet management providers' clients, NSW Procurement will conduct the RFQ process, inviting the participation of approved providers under the scheme.
- Fleet management providers place orders on behalf of clients during the RFQ period.
- Fleet management providers distribute to agencies any savings achieved based on the motor vehicle purchases they have made during the RFQ period.
Buying outside of fleet management providers
For purchases completed outside of fleet management providers, eligible customers can place orders for vehicles available under the scheme directly with approved suppliers.