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  • Nick Cassidy at the All-Japan Formula 3.Kiwis speed to race success

    Auckland’s Nick Cassidy continued his winning ways with a victory and second place at the All-Japan Formula 3 Championship.

  • Profits due at range’s top end

    Heartland NZ expects its full-year profits to be at the upper end of its guidance range.

  • 2562Good year for IMVIA

    The Ministry of Transport and NZTA confirm there are no new issues likely to impact used importers this year.

  • Finances in good shape

    The IMVIA has finished the year in a strong financial situation.

  • NEWMD BMW unveils new MD for NZ

    Florian Renndorfer has been announced as the new managing director of BMW NZ.

  • hilyuxNew utility revealed

    Toyota has unveiled the first all-new version of its Hilux in a decade by giving the truck a fresh look.

  • More marques issue recalls

    Mazda, Mitsubishi and Fuji Heavy Industries are now recalling about 710,000 more cars equipped with airbag inflators made by parts supplier Takata.

  • maser2Leading model promotes range

    Maserati has chosen top model Genevieve Morton to present its range in its 2015 brochures.

  • Nissan joins other marques in recalling models fitted with Takata airbags.Nissan joins airbag recall

    Nissan is the latest distributor to recall cars affected by the latest problems with airbag systems supplied by Takata.

  • Diamond Dealers shine

    Seven Mitsubishi Motors dealers have been awarded the company’s prestigious Diamond Dealer accolade.

  • Autofile, May 21 – out now

    Toyota and Honda are recalling an extra 42,000 cars sold in New Zealand because of more problems with Takata airbags – and other marques are set to follow. MTF is set to take its fight in the Sportzone case to the supreme court, Audi claims to have developed the world’s sportiest autonomous car, regional report on Oamaru and much more.


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  • Recalls set Kiwi record

    Two distributors in New Zealand are recalling about 40,000 cars because of faulty airbags – part of the largest-ever call-back for new cars in this country.

  • Andrew ClearwaterHelping hand from industry

    The Mazda Foundation has donated more than $80,000 to 28 individuals and groups across New Zealand in its first funding round of 2015.

  • AA: ‘No panic on recalls’

    The AA says parts are unlikely to be immediately available due to the scale of the most recent Takata airbag recall.

  • takata22Takata looks for deal

    Takata has asked to pay for airbag recall costs in installments.

  • Battle of German brands

    There was a reversal of fortunes during April in the prestige market compared to May with BMW being the best-selling marque and Mercedes-Benz coming third.