The Financial Services Federation commemorated its half-century in June 4 with a get-together in Wellington.
Check out Autofile Online’s gallery of photos from the FSF’s 50th birthday bash.
The new car market across the Tasman has gone through the 500,000-unit milestone.
International and domestic events in the near future are likely to make foreign exchange rates volatile, the IMVIA reports.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Australia’s civil case against former chief executive Clyde Campbell may drag out to mid-2016.
Provident and Co-op Insurance have released a multi-year insurance product to be being rolled out across Provident’s network of car dealers, financiers and brokers.
The supreme court has granted MTF and Sportzone leave to appeal the court of appeal judgement in the Sportzone case.
The NZ dollar touched its lowest level in more than five years on July 2 against the greenback.
Mark Bernhard has begun his tenure as chairman and managing director of GM Holden.
It looks like the sales of new motor vehicles last month will come in at record levels.
Subaru’s all-new 2015 Outback has outperformed 2014’s total sales in the past six months it has been on sale in the Kiwi market.
Officials at ACC are trying to sort out a blunder with its new system.
Check out this incredible addition to the skyline at Goodwood.
Hyundai will launch a small SUV it hopes will rival contenders, such as the Mazda CX3.
Find out how old batteries could power your home in the future.
Heartland says it’s not currently participating in any process to acquire the Fisher and Paykel Finance group of companies.