The New Zealand dollar has jumped following Japan’s decision not to expand its stimulus measures.
Ford Motor Co. may have initially been coy about producing a 200-plus mile Electric Vehicle, but appear to be doing a U-turn.
Z Energy’s application to acquire 100 per cent of the shares in Chevron New Zealand has been cleared.
Automobile production in Japan has dropped in the last 12 months, compared to the previous year.
Kia’s Sorento has been named as the Consumer Reports 2016 Top Pick in the mid-size SUV segment.
The Reserve Bank has kept the official cash rate at 2.25 per cent.
Alfa Romeo’s 4C Spider has arrived in New Zealand, but Kiwis hoping for a chance to own the supercar are out of luck.
German car-buyers are being given a major financial incentive to purchase electric vehicles.
Mitsubishi improperly tested fuel economy of its cars for 25 years, much longer than previously thought.
It may be embroiled in a global emissions scandal, but Volkswagen is still the best-selling automaker for the first quarter of 2016.
The association has refuted claims in the Australian media that it has ‘plotted’ a scheme to take advantage of new legislation.
The Imported Motor Vehicle Industry Association has announced the dates for its Annual General Meetings.
Mitsubishi admitted to falsifying fuel-efficiency tests on its mini cars.
Volkswagen has brokered a deal, in principle, with the US Government to settle diesel violations.
A petrol-electric hybrid Corolla will soon arrive in New Zealand.
Toyota will restart most vehicle production at its Japanese plants from next week.