Trade Me is cracking down on illegal backyard car dealers with it now being able to access the NZTA’s motor vehicle register.
Robertson Prestige has opened its Audi and Volkswagen dealership in Palmerston North.
An international expert says New Zealand’s challenges to implement ITS technologies are in line with current developments.
The Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries has expressed its disappointment over decisions made by the federal government.
Ports of Auckland Ltd has signed a conditional agreement to purchase 33 hectares of land in Waikato.
The Mazda B-Series pick-up has been added to the widening number of vehicles recalled in the US.
Bentley’s Mulliner division has revealed its latest range of bespoke options.
Toyota is recalling about 32,000 vehicles in the US because the roof-mounted airbags can inflate without a crash.
Daimler has joined the widening Takata recalls in the US, recalling 840,000 vehicles for faulty airbag inflators.
Ford’s sales last month were up by 43 per cent from the same month in 2015.
The new Spark will be available on our shores from March this year.
Australians will be able to directly import cheaper new and almost-new cars from 2018.
Rhys Millen took out the title for the 2016 Leadfoot Festival.
January saw BMW recognised as the country’s most popular premium automotive brand.
Subaru of New Zealand achieved record sales.
Volkswagen recalls for vehicles affected by the emissions-cheating scandal will start next week.