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  • nz-money-dollar-marketKiwi sees boost from yen

    The New Zealand dollar has jumped following Japan’s decision not to expand its stimulus measures.

  • Tesla’s Model 3Ford's Tesla challenge

    Ford Motor Co. may have initially been coy about producing a 200-plus mile Electric Vehicle, but appear to be doing a U-turn.

  • benefits_of_z_energy_rebranding_starting_to_emerge_4fb2594510Z Energy gets green light

    Z Energy’s application to acquire 100 per cent of the shares in Chevron New Zealand has been cleared.

  • Japan production numbers drop

    Automobile production in Japan has dropped in the last 12 months, compared to the previous year.

  • The 2015 Kia SorentoSorento top pick for SUVs

    Kia’s Sorento has been named as the Consumer Reports 2016 Top Pick in the mid-size SUV segment.

  • nz-money-dollar-marketOCR stays, dollar jumps

    The Reserve Bank has kept the official cash rate at 2.25 per cent.

  • The Alfa Romeo 4C SpiderAlfa’s supercar arrives

    Alfa Romeo’s 4C Spider has arrived in New Zealand, but Kiwis hoping for a chance to own the supercar are out of luck.

  • Owners of BMW's i3 will get a rebateRebates for EV customers

    German car-buyers are being given a major financial incentive to purchase electric vehicles.

  • 9223_st1280_138Marque faked claims from '91

    Mitsubishi improperly tested fuel economy of its cars for 25 years, much longer than previously thought.

  • 2012-volkswagen-tiguan-front-grill-badgeVW top global sales chart

    It may be embroiled in a global emissions scandal, but Volkswagen is still the best-selling automaker for the first quarter of 2016.

  • bannerbgIMVIA refutes media claims

    The association has refuted claims in the Australian media that it has ‘plotted’ a scheme to take advantage of new legislation.


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