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FG Falcon engineering
Mike updates us on his quest to lower fuel consumption
Jay Leno's EcoJet
From Auto Adviser
Now that the TV weatherpersons are regularly pointing out frosts in the south and zero degrees around the Desert Road, winter really can’t be far away.
A down-the-street neighbour cornered Auto Adviser in the fresh produce department of the supermarket the other day, visibly upset.
In a country known for its zeal to adopt new technology as early as possible, the roads must have been full of frustrated Kiwi motorists unable to get their hands on that great new gizmo, satellite navigation.
One of the smartest pieces of auto engineering in the last couple of decades has been variable valve timing (VVT), a marvellous form of multi-tasking that you’d think must have been invented by a woman.
Checking out hybrid power Honda-style
Diesel cars ain't what they used to be
To buy or not to buy
Road safety, especially as it affects young drivers, is very much the political hot topic at the moment, with calls for rising the minimum driving age and making it harder to get a full driving licence.
2008 Bullitt Mustang
I seldom get really fired up by new car model announcements
Life is becoming increasingly fraught for car makers and motorists
Golden says it’s out to add excitement to practicality in the next generation of its Commodore wagon
The arrival of a version of Hyundai’s Santa Fe with only front-wheel drive rather than all-wheel drive underscores the gradual movement of SUVs from their 4WD roots.
With 90 more horses and an all-new, 8.4-litre version of the V10 engine, the 2008 Chrysler Viper SRT-10 is being hand-built at the Conner Avenue Assembly Plant in Detroit.
Showroom new or well and truly used, cars sit on either steel or alloy wheels.