Jaguar Land Rover has launched a heritage driving experience in England.
Photos from the Mustang Owners’ Convention held in Christchurch over Labour weekend.
A nationwide search is under way for the first Kiwi to own a Holden. The first FJ was imported in 1954 and, as the marque celebrates 60 years, it wants to find its original customer.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is hoping to take on Volkswagen and BMW by strengthening its position in the premium car market.
Heartland Bank has had its credit rating lifted a by Fitch Ratings with the agency impressed by its improved asset quality and stronger earnings.
Auckland City Toyota is partnering with the Bike The Bridge.
Mayor Len Brown has released plans for a $2 toll to enter Auckland’s motorways. The charge, which may vary by time of day, is one of two options to fill a $12 billion funding gap.
The government can show leadership by transitioning NZ’s vehicle fleet to EVs, says the Green Party.
Check out a photo gallery of Mopar's fleet of modified vehicles, currently on show at SEMA.
All options for meeting Auckland’s transport needs should be considered, including reprioritising funding away from spending on motorways, says the Green Party.
NZ’s immigration figures have hit another record high and have well-exceeded official predictions
Two car dealerships are some of the best places to work in NZ.
MTF shares its views on the high court’s second judgement.
Rod was presented with a supreme award in recognition of his work for and in the industry at the association’s gala dinner. Here are some edited highlights of his speech from the event:
GALLERY: Comedian Jeremy Corbett introduced members of the industry before they gave speeches.
More than 400 people attended the IMVIA’s function.
Bev Purchase and Malcolm Yorston received IMVIA long-service awards at the gala night. Plus: Peter Johnston, Dick Gray and some final words from Rod Milner.
Twenty-five years on and the history of New Zealand imported used cars from Japan has been revealed.
More airbag recalls have prompted an urgent safety plea from the US Government.