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If you think a luxury vehicle is expensive to run, think again... The Mercedes E-Class gets a plug-in hybrid option for the first time! Boasting outstanding fuel economy results, while still maintaining the elegance that draws attention to the MB product in the first place.
The new Ford Everest was designed from the ground up with the durability to take on the most inhospitable environments. Led by Ford’s Asia Pacific design and product development teams, the new Everest expands Ford’s SUV line-up in New Zealand, sitting alongside the Ford Territory, Kuga and EcoSport.
The Morris Mini Traveller and Austin Seven Countryman arrived on the scene 55 years ago, and were the first Minis created with a larger transport capacity in mind. They were 25cm longer than the classic Mini and they had an extended 10cm wheelbase. The 2015 Clubman Cooper S receives the same parallels and wraps up 47 years of Mini Clubman history into this hot, not-so-compact car.
The coupé is the sportiest variant of the C-Class, and it’s easily identified by its striking front section which is carried through to the long drawn out roofline – a typical coupé feature. The new C-Class is crammed full of helpful technology and functions that will blow your mind – it certainly had that effect on me anyway.
The Mercedes-Benz AMG A45 builds upon Mercedes AMG's market position. The extremely expressive design draws attention, while the performance of the four-cylinder turbo engine really sets it apart from the competition. The technical highlights make the Mercedes AMG A45 an exceptional vehicle among compact cars.
The Ford Mustang’s arrival in New Zealand has been a long time coming but boy, it was worth waiting for. Available for the first time in a right hand drive package, it’s like witnessing the rebirth of an icon – we finally have the American muscle car we always wanted, without having to resort to importing a left hand drive.