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  • Airbag supplier told to recall

    The NHTSA has ordered Japanese automotive supplier Takata to expand its region recall of airbags to cover the whole of the US. It affects vehicles made by five marques – Ford, Honda, Chrysler, Mazda and BMW. +VIDEO

  • A 2006 Nissan Infiniti 2006.Nissan issues airbag recall

    More than 52,000 Nissan vehicles are being recalled due to faulty airbags made by Japan-based Takata.

  • turnersauctionsBuy-out complete

    Dorchester has completed the compulsory acquisition of all outstanding shares not already held by the company in the Turners Group.

  • Andrew Porter’s five-tonne monster.Super trucks revving up

    The BNT NZ SuperTourers are joined by the 1,200hp, five-tonne monsters of the New Zealand Super Truck Championship.

  • Race day to boost EVs

    The director of New Zealand’s first electric motorsport event – EVolocity – hopes it will change Kiwis’ attitudes about electric vehicles.

  • 60thHolden's 60th birthday

    Holden New Zealand celebrated its 60th anniversary of selling cars in this country with a party.

  • MD looks back at 60 years

    Jeff Murray, MD of Holden NZ, may soon be leaving for Melbourne, but there was no way he was going to miss the 60th birthday party. Autofile Online has an edited version of his speech.

  • jandbJono and Ben pop in

    Jono Pryor and Ben Boyce were all smiles for Autofile Online at Holden NZ’s 60th birthday bash. Check out our second gallery.

  • Sustainable recovery under way

    Auckland’s overvalued housing market and flattening worldwide growth are key risks to the Kiwi economy, which is slowing to a more sustainable pace, says the chief economist at the NZIER.

  • 222Cruising to milestone

    The only small car built across the Tasman has celebrated a milestone this week.

  • 353Awards for southern founders

    Founders’ recognition awards have been presented in Christchurch by the IMVIA.

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