The new Mitsubishi Triton makes a bold statement – the distributor has kicked off the pre-launch campaign by making several more.
Yes, minister, this could well be your next Governmental limo – at least, that’s a view held by Skoda’s New Zealand boss in regard to the just-unveiled new generation of the brand’s biggest car.
Better call Seoul – that’s the best advice for Kiwis keen to know more about the local market specification planned for the Tucson, aka the next generation of the ix35 soft-roader.
Incoming Fords are enabled to communicate with the world - yet local emergency services are turning a deaf ear to a life-saving feature. Why?
Uncertainty about demand for compact premium people-carriers appears to have stymied immediate chance of seeing a seven-seat version of the just-launched BMW Active Tourer.
Honda’s neat-looking HR-V is so close – yet so far away. A car that has just released in Australia might not be here until 2016, Yahoo NZ Autos has learned.
A French version of a popular Nissan could well join the already well-provisioned soft roader larder here.
Audi NZ has started rollout of the third generation TT with a base front-drive edition. Ultimately, though, this family might branch out into a five-door direction – perhaps in two forms.
Yahoo NZ Autos heads to one of the world’s best motor-racing circuits in an uber-expensive powerhaus luxury car to watch a glam GT3 race. Life could be worse.
A recall for a brake failure and a ‘might do better’ rating from the national crash tester are hanging over a new Suzuki city car, but the brand says it’s still worth selling here.
How would you feel about Kia also pitching in the luxury car sector? And what about their current cars losing their familiar names?
Ken Block has already hooned it... and potentially around this time next year, you can too. That’s the new Focus RS, now with four-wheel-drive.
A tidy price drop will underpin Subaru NZ’s bid to strengthen the position of a crossover segment pioneer.
Intention to offer fewer versions of its cars will help Citroen grow here.
Ford NZ has at last revealed information about the new Mondeo here in April.
Hyundai has clocked onto how to create a superb luxury sedan that’s the equal of a lot else in Snob Street.
No throttling back – that’s the message from Holden as it airs something of Commodore’s departure plan.
Land Rover’s new child, the Discovery Sport, has been priced to upset its German rivals. Undercutting the obvious Japanese foil was happy co-incidence, the distributor relates.
Holden is set to maintain a big name and perhaps introduce a small star in the making.
Citroen’s crossover with acne has arrived to bring a little extra flamboyance to a brand that already stands out.
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