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Used import car sales up 31 percent on last year

Used import car sales up 31 percent on last year

Used car imports into New Zealand for August have increased by a nearly third, both on the same month last year, and when compared year to date to 2013.

Growing base of safe second-hand vehicle choices in NZ

Growing base of safe second-hand vehicle choices in NZ

New Zealand’s fleet of second-hand vehicles is growing safer as revealed in the latest release of the Used Car Safety Ratings guide today.

NZ motorsport champ joins Maserati Auckland

NZ motorsport champ joins Maserati Auckland

When it comes to describing just how good a Maserati feels to drive few will be able to match the latest expert to join New Zealand’s newest supercar dealership, Auckland Maserati, Andy Booth. 

Driving a Holden VT station wagon to the moon

Driving a Holden VT station wagon to the moon

South Auckland man Mark Grey has dreamt of driving his Holden VT Station Wagon 380,000km so he could say he had driven his Holden to the moon.

BMW launches striking virtual reality race car

BMW launches striking virtual reality race car

BMW has unveiled new a race car of a very different kind – a virtual one for the upcoming video game Gran Turismo 6.

Subaru lead footing it to Hahei festival

Subaru lead footing it to Hahei festival

Subaru is continuing its involvement with the Leadfoot Festival which is run at Rod Millen's property at Hahei on the Coromandel peninsula.

Ford set to produce first right-hand-drive Mustangs

Ford set to produce first right-hand-drive Mustangs

For the first time ever, a right-hand-drive Ford Mustang will roll off a Ford assembly line when global production begins.

Journey time info trial to keep Wellington motorists up to the minute

Journey time info trial to keep Wellington motorists up to the minute

From Monday morning, motorists travelling to and from central Wellington will start seeing journey time estimates on the region’s electronic information signs as part of a travel information trial by the NZ Transport Agency and Wellington Transport Operations Centre.

More Kiwis ignoring engine warning lights

More Kiwis ignoring engine warning lights

Increasing numbers of New Zealanders are turning to DIY car service jobs – or getting their cars serviced less regularly – to save money, according to a new survey by consumer brands comparer Canstar Blue.

New Subaru Outback and Legacy top safety ratings

New Subaru Outback and Legacy top safety ratings

Subaru’s latest Outback SUV and Legacy sedan, which don’t arrive in New Zealand until early next year have gained the highest possible safety rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety in North America.

Maserati goes mainstream with top ANCAP rating

Maserati goes mainstream with top ANCAP rating

Sleek styling, comfort, sound and power are usually the first things that come to mind when the Maserati marque is considered.

Road use surge reflects economic recovery

Road use surge reflects economic recovery

Transport Minister Gerry Brownlee says increases in vehicle travel and vehicle registrations reflect New Zealand's economic recovery and growing population.

Mazda MX-5 world record attempt organised from Nelson

Mazda MX-5 world record attempt organised from Nelson

Mazda aims to mark the 25th anniversary of its MX-5 with the largest-ever recorded gathering of MX-5 automobiles.

Maserati turns 100 and stuns at Monterey Car Week

Maserati turns 100 and stuns at Monterey Car Week

Maserati celebrated its 100th anniversary in grand style at Monterey Car Week in California.

Holden reveals new MY15 Trax edition

Holden reveals new MY15 Trax edition

Holden has revealed the new MY15 edition of the popular Trax nameplate, with the key story for most being the introduction of a more refined 1.4 litre turbocharged engine.

Race to the Sky to return in 2015

Race to the Sky to return in 2015

Highlands Motorsport Park in Cromwell announced today that New Zealand's iconic Race to the Sky motorsport hill climb will return next year.

Waterview's aerial extension reaches over Northwestern

Waterview's aerial extension reaches over Northwestern

Construction of the Waterview Connection's motorway-to-motorway interchange now extends over one of Auckland's busiest sections of highway, and the NZ Transport Agency advisers drivers of some night time disruption to complete the work safely.

Used import sales surging in New Zealand

Used import sales surging in New Zealand

Sales of used import vehicles are up 25 percent this July, compared to the same month last year.

Subaru gets new corporate HQ in Tokyo

Subaru gets new corporate HQ in Tokyo

Subaru's parent company, Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. (FHI), is about to shift into its new corporate headquarters in Tokyo, the Ebisu Subaru Building.

Strongest new vehicle sales since 1985

Strongest new vehicle sales since 1985

New Zealand new motor vehicle sales in July were the strongest they have been in 29 years, according to the Motor Industry Association (MIA).

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