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Ghibli - A serious grand tourer from Maserati

That Maserati's first ''volume'' model is still set to be a relatively rare sight on Kiwi roads is, in some senses, a rich irony. Yet it pays to put the optimal New Zealand registration count for the remainder of this year and for all of 2015, just 60 units in total, into context.
Haul away: Isuzu MU-X will take it with you

Haul away: Isuzu MU-X will take it with you

With a Drivesouth feature on towing scheduled, Catherine Pattison thought it was an ideal time to try out Isuzu's new hearty hauler, the MU-X.more >
Mercedes sharpens up with C-Class
Corolla sedan a smooth move from Toyota
New Lexus offers economy with luxury
Holden crossover right back on Trax

Holden crossover right back on Trax

Simple solution: That's the 1.4-litre Trax in a nutshell. When originally shown 11 months back, this compact crossover was presented as a step in divergent directions: ahead on technology, behind on performance, the weak point being the engine.

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Beautiful new beasts do BMW badge justice
Porsche spices up off-road offerings
Kia rediscovers its Soul
Motorhome design scaled down for NZ

Motorhome design scaled down for NZ

Hawea's Steve Rumore has plans to compact the campers he used to build on a grand scale in the United States into smaller, slide-on versions that can fit on either a ute deck or trailer.

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A rough guide to pulling your weight
Winning Rover finds happy owner
Rollers on show at Autospectacular
Facelift sweeps up Suzuki Swift

Facelift sweeps up Suzuki Swift

There is little reason to change a winning formula if the latest version of the top-selling Suzuki Swift is any indication.

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Kia surprises with concept CUB
Kia raises bar with new Sorento
Subaru launches 2013 Legacy, Outback
Targa training day at Highlands

Targa training day at Highlands

The Targa South Island might be a serious business for some but for others, such as Oamaru's Nigel de Geest, it is a chance to get a good car out and give it some gas on closed roads.more >
Tulloch puts faith in German efficiency
Graves in co-driver's seat for Catlins rally
Gilmour happy to match the boss
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