Suzuki Motors, stung by its failed co-operation with Volkswagen, is planning to defend its independence.
A discussion document proposing a range of changes to New Zealand’s engine fuels specifications regulations 2011 has been released by the government.
The MIA is predicting the new-vehicle industry may top 130,000 registrations for the first time after bumper sales in August.
Registrations of new commercials amounted to 3,440 in August, up by 10.8 per cent.
US drift star Ryan Tuerck will compete in the D1NZ at Tauranga this year.
Japan may face a shortfall in supplying replacement airbags as car companies recall about 9.8 million vehicles in the country to swap potentially defective devices made by Takata.
Kia Motors says it isn’t afraid to put its green credentials up for scrutiny .
Recently there have been a number of Nissan Leaf cars imported into NZ that have arrived minus the SD card which is essential for the radio operation and other features of the car.
This year’s 2015 Used Car Safety Ratings Guide has been published today based on real-world crash data.
Check out the list “safe picks” in this year’s Used Car Safety Ratings Guide by model name and year of manufacture.
Less than a third of governments seeking an agreement over global climate have submitted plans for reducing emissions.
The 36-episode deal with Amazon is worth US$250 million, or about NZ$388m, to the three former hosts of BBC’s Top Gear.
Lotus has slightly tamed its race track-only Elise S Cup R for Kiwi roads.
Ten car manufacturers are facing a lawsuit in the US brought by consumers who claim they concealed the risks of carbon-monoxide poisoning in more than five million vehicles fitted with keyless ignitions.
Your first look at the all new Sportage.
Steve Owens reviews two years of Provident Insurance.