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Toyota shows off autonomous car

Toyota shows off autonomous car

| January 8, 2013 | Reply

Toyota demonstrated its latest active safety vehicle at the International CES Monday, bringing it a step closer to an autonomous car that could make roads safer. The goal of Toyota’s research, which is based on a Lexus LS, isn’t to make a driverless car, but to use the autonomous technologies to reduce traffic fatalities and [...]

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Toyota thanks Kiwi customers for 25 years at Number 1

Toyota thanks Kiwi customers for 25 years at Number 1

| January 4, 2013 | Reply

Toyota New Zealand says Kiwis deserve a huge vote of thanks for believing in the company and making it this country’s new car sales leader for the past quarter century. 2012 was the 25th year in a row that Toyota has topped the new car sales charts in New Zealand. The company’s time on top [...]

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Petrol, road charges hikes are ‘bad news’

Petrol, road charges hikes are ‘bad news’

| December 20, 2012 | Reply

The Government’s scheme to increase petrol tax and road user charges will hit consumers hard in these tough economic times, the National Association of Retail Grocers says. Transport Minister Gerry Brownlee today announced that petrol tax would increase by three cents a litre each July 1 for the next three years, and road user charges [...]

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Renault says to exit truck maker AB Volvo

Renault says to exit truck maker AB Volvo

| December 13, 2012 | Reply

French carmaker Renault said Wednesday it had begun to sell off its remaining shares in Swedish truck manufacturer AB Volvo, which have a market value of around 1.5 billion euros ($2.0 billion), to reduce the company’s debt and raise funds for investment. “After this transaction is completed, the Renault group will no longer hold any [...]

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New rules on vehicle emissions could see price rises for car imports

New rules on vehicle emissions could see price rises for car imports

| November 23, 2012 | Reply

New rules on vehicle emissions could see the price of imported cars rise up to 1 per cent, according to the New Zealand Transport Authority. But car dealers say buyers won’t see any difference in showroom prices. The Government today clarified rules around exhaust emission which would require new and used imports to be exhaust [...]

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Toyota recalls more than 2400 cars in New Zealand

Toyota recalls more than 2400 cars in New Zealand

| November 14, 2012 | Reply

Toyota is recalling more than 2400 vehicles in New Zealand due to water pump and steering problems, just one month after 21,000 vehicles were recalled. As many as 1612 vehicles sold new in New Zealand have been found to have a faulty steering shaft, which would make “an abnormal noise or rattle”. Affected vehicles are [...]

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Gull drops prices by 3 cents per litre

Gull drops prices by 3 cents per litre

| November 5, 2012 | Reply

Gull has announced a 3c per litre drop in petrol prices at the pump, effective immediately. “This latest move reflects changes in the refined fuel price,” says Graham Stirk, Retail Manager, Gull New Zealand. “As a New Zealand based company Gull is committed to providing value for money for Kiwi motorists.” At the majority of [...]

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Petrol prices coming down

Petrol prices coming down

| October 23, 2012 | Reply

Petrol prices are coming down, with BP trimming 3 cent a litre across the board, as world refined petrol dropped and crude prices fell to a three week low. The price for 91 unleaded was down to $2.14.9 cents, with 95 down to $2.22.9 a litre. Z Energy followed suit, also cutting prices by 3c [...]

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Law change could hit vehicle trade-ins

Law change could hit vehicle trade-ins

| October 2, 2012 | Reply

Car dealers are warning a move to bring auctions under the Consumer Guarantees Act could mean tougher trade-in deals. The Act is likely to be extended to cover car auctions and tenders over the next few months. Coopers Cars owner Mike Mapperson said the changes would hurt people trying to trade-in old cars. “It will [...]

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Fuel prices on their way down

Fuel prices on their way down

| October 1, 2012 | Reply

After two months of price increases during which the cost of petrol reached an all-time high, fuel prices fell three consecutive times during September. Petrol prices fell a total of 8 cents, to end the month on $2.15 per litre for 91 octane in the main centres. Diesel prices only fell 2 cents to $1.55 [...]

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