5 October 2020 - Motor vehicle contract welcomes four new electric vehicles providers
3 September 2020 - Procurement graduates drive government electric vehicle (EV) uptake
19 February 2020 - Holden announces withdrawal from New Zealand market
29 October 2019 - Growing list of electric vehicles for government agencies to choose from
The motor vehicles contract covers passenger and light commercial vehicles split into 14 vehicle sub-classes and two restricted specialised sub-classes, covering a range of vehicle body style, transmission and fuel options to meet fit for purpose requirements.
|Compact||4WD Utility or Wagon||Police Prime 1|
|Large||Cargo Van - Small|
|AWD/SUV - Medium||Cargo Van - Medium|
|AWD/SUV - Large||Cargo Van - Large|
|Minibus - Medium|
|Minibus - Large|
The contract includes a provision to add additional suppliers of electric vehicles (EVs) to a sub-panel.
For this contract EVs means:
You can purchase vehicles best suited to your needs from any or all suppliers on the panel. The vehicles available through this contract are listed in the vehicles catalogue.
Vehicles in the vehicles catalogue are ranked according to their Total Cost of Ownership (TCO). A vehicle's TCO looks at value for money across its whole-of-life costs.
Key elements of the TCO model are:
The TCO model does not include unscheduled servicing, accessories, replacement panel parts, servicing parts, depreciation, insurance or Fringe Benefit Tax.
It is a simple and flexible solution that reduces the complexity and cost of procurement for agencies and suppliers, while providing continuous improvement in technology, service delivery, cost-effectiveness and performance.
All suppliers offer at least:
The contract also provides the option to buy some related services such as service plans, light fit-outs etc.
Each vehicle must be:
The vehicles catalogue shows the safety ratings. Most light commercial vehicles on the vehicles catalogue now exceed the minimum four-star rating and meet the five-star rating.
If your fleet ownership model is to lease your vehicles, you can still benefit from this contract. While leasing services are out of scope, your contracted/preferred leasing provider can purchase vehicles at AoG rates on your behalf and you benefit through better monthly leasing costs.
This contract supports the government’s priority to transition to a net zero emissions economy by 2050, by including electric vehicle and low emission vehicle options.
Agencies who participate in the motor vehicles contract don't need to go through a full procurement process of their own, which saves time, effort and cost.
The TCO for each vehicle is subject to a number of moving elements, which makes accurately forecast savings based on the TCO difficult. Reported savings are calculated using the purchase price of the base vehicle (excluding On Road Costs (ORC) and accessories).
We have projected an average 7% savings (net of the AoG administration fee) on the baseline market rate (the best rate available to agencies outside of AoG). The vehicles catalogue shows discounts from the recommended retail prices.
Agencies can further reduce their fleet costs by using the information and guidance provided to make informed, cost-effective purchasing decisions.
Most AoG contracts include an administration fee. This fee is a simple, effective and transparent way of recovering the cost of developing, sourcing, implementing and managing AoG contracts.
An administration fee of 1.5% applies to the base vehicle cost (excluding on-road costs and accessories) and is detailed in a separate column within the vehicles catalogue for each vehicle.
Suppliers collect the administration fee and pass it on to MBIE - agencies don't need to make any payments to MBIE.
To be able to purchase from this contract agencies and schools first need to join.
Each participant in this contract has responsibilities that they must meet as part of that contract.