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New Zealanders are continuing to see now as a good time to buy new vehicles, with sales last month again hitting 25-year highs, according to latest figures. The Motor Industry Association (MIA) said there were 2,602 new commercial vehicles registered
Their online department has gone out of their way to build a set of tools as well as compile hour's worth of the internet research into a series of manageable pieces. The tools like online credit and fuel-economy calculators give customers and idea
that Toyota is getting an unfair advantage from the cheap yen and is boosting sales with unusually high incentives...Yet take a look at what happened last month: --More Americans bought cars and trucks with the Toyota emblem on the hood than with the
Tough times ... takeovers and trading conditions are hitting Virgin's bottom line. Photo: Glenn Hunt Virgin Australia has warned it will post a loss of as much as $110 million this financial year due to tough trading conditions, the carbon tax and
Threatened to cease operations at its Adelaide assembly plant. Photo: Jason South The Rudd government is set to announce a new rescue package for Australia's ailing automotive industry, aimed at boosting demand for locally made cars. Worth an
Toyota of is already beginning the process of clearing some space for the 2014 Toyota Corolla that was revealed to media representatives and other well-wishers during a spectacle filled show at the Barker Hanger in on June 6 .
05 p.m. , updated June 4, 2013 at 3:06 p.m. This March 31, 2010 file photo shows the Toyota logo on a car at the New York International Auto Show in New York. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig, File) Toyota, which has been adding production workers to prepare for
Penny Stephens Concerns about Australia's remaining car industry have escalated after Ford's decision to pull out, prompting calls for a return to higher import tariffs, moves to deflate the Australian dollar, and even the appointment of a ''car tsar'
Korean cars" after we bought more new Hyundais than Holdens last month. It was the second serious blow to Holden in two months, having been overtaken by Nissan in February for the first time ever...The last two months mark the first time in Holden's
A senior company insider has revealed to News Limited the scale of the loss, which equates to about $3500 for every car Toyota exported to the Middle East over the past three years...Toyota Australia senior executive director Dave Buttner has