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According to provisional numbers for the month, the Ford Ranger was the most popular ute for the month with 497 Rangers sold, beating its nearest competitor by 84 vehicles. There is quite a lot to like about the Ford Ranger but in general Kiwis are
It would make sense that in the most profitable vehicle segment -- full-size pickups -- you would find the most heated rivalry...In the world of trucks you're either a Ford or a Chevy guy, and that's that -- there's no switching sides or gray area.
Kia Cerato applies to all variants, including the four-door sedan launched in May in New Zealand and the 5-door hatchback, which goes on sale later this month. In gaining 5-star status, the Cerato managed to score 35.51 out of a possible 37 points
The Tesla Model S got perfect scores on government crash tests. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) You can't blame Tesla for crowing about the five-star safety rating it received from the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration for the Model S.
February 10, 2013 Nissan’s Tire Alert System Saves Fuel Having placed in the finals of two prestigious auto technology awards, Nissan’s Easy-Fill Tire-Alert system is one of the more unusual “green” technologies, primarily because it
WASHINGTON The Federal Aviation Administration says Israel is now complying with international aviation standards and its U.S. safety rating has been upgraded.The FAA said Thursday the decision to return Israel to the list of nations the U.S.
New Zealand, places Kia's smallest car as a leader in its class, in terms of occupant protection in the event of a crash. The result also puts the New Zealand Picanto ahead of the same vehicle sold in Europe, where the car has garnered a 4-star
The Holden Colorado dual-cab received a five-star score earlier this year but the single- and space-cab versions were a full star below. That's not because they physically perform more poorly in the crash testing, rather they are fitted with less
Oduah, made the disclosure in Abuja in her opening address at the meeting of Directors-General of civil aviation authorities and experts from across the continent. She said: "As you are all aware, Africa based on the number of accidents per million
Army Corps of Engineers has upgraded the safety rating of a major Columbia Basin dam, but there haven't been any major repairs or changes to the structure itself. Instead, Corps spokesman Bruce Henrickson says the federal agency decided to change the