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On 13 February 2017, 30 vehicles being brought in to New Zealand were recorded as being damaged on the New Zealand Transport Agency’s (NZTA) system. But what does this mean for Kiwis who may be scouring the import market for a new set of wheels?
Utes used to be a popular choice of vehicle for farmers and tradespeople due to their payload, size and reliability. However, these features alone no longer cut the mustard with today’s consumers now demanding a multi-functional vehicle.
Buying new for the first time can be a bit daunting for many. As the price gap between used and new vehicles decreases thanks to the availability of new, quality compact cars from as little as $20K, more people are tempted to enter the new car market. But what are the pros and cons?
Sometimes the inside of vehicles can be stained with food and drink which can cause lingering, unpleasant smells. If you’ve ever spilt milk in your car, you’ll know exactly what we’re on about here.
When you’re in the market for a new car, you’ll often find yourself heading down to car yards on the weekend, looking for affordable quality vehicles. Thankfully New Zealand is a country that leaves you spoilt for choice with a wide variety of both new and used vehicles.
Daytime running lamps (DRLs) have been around since the 1970s when they were introduced in Europe to increase visibility of motorists’ vehicles to other road users during adverse weather or lighting conditions.