Possum Bourne’s ex-World Rally Championship Subaru has claimed the King of the Mountain title with Alister McRae at the wheel.
An exploding Takata airbag has left a motorist in the US hurt after a crash in a 2003 Honda Civic last month.
McLaren has launched a less-expensive sports car to take on Porsche and Audi.
Nissan is expanding an investigative recall in certain parts of the US to replace airbags made by Takata Corporation that are fitted in about 45,000 Sentras from the 2004-2006 model years.
Toyota has released a turbocharged version of the top-selling Corolla in Japan.
The Australian government is considering options to reduce restrictions on the personal importation of new vehicles, but it’s not inclined to take the same approach with used vehicles.
The Australian government’s plan to allow consumers to personally import new motor vehicles is being slammed.
Provident Insurance has linked up with Co-op Insurance NZ.
Michael Young is set to make his first appearance in a turbo four-wheel-drive at the International Rally of Whangarei this weekend.
The Motor Industry Association is reminding owners of all-terrain vehicles that known safety practices and training help keep users safe.
Fiat Chrysler New Zealand has signed a to deal sell and covert the Dodge Ram pick-up in New Zealand and Australia
New Fair Trading Act rules apply to sales by auctioneers when a fee or commission is charged in addition to the Consumer Guarantees Act applying to goods sold at auctions and by tender.
Chrysler was one of the few marques that didn’t increase its Kiwi sales figures.
The car parts wanted category on Trade Me has been closed because interest in this section’s listings has declined significantly over the past few years.
With demand for SUVs growing in globally, Ford decided to build its latest prototypes based on customer input.
Vehicle sales in the first quarter of this year have increased by 14 per cent compared to the first three months of 2014.