New Zealand Herald, The (Auckland, New Zealand)



Latest documents

  • EDITOR Dean Evans DEPUTY EDITOR David Linklater MULTIMEDIA JOURNALIST Damien O’Carroll

  • Utemaster serves up new VW Amarok

    It may be brand new, but Utemaster has already manufactured accessories for the just-launched 2023 Volkwagen Amarok ute, given the measurements of the new VW are just different enough to not allow the fitment of Ford Ranger accessories, with which the Amarok shares its development.

  • ways to minimise the risk of door dings 6 ways to minimise the risk of door dings

    Car park “door dings” can be the bane of any car owner’s existence. These tiny dents often occur when parked next to another vehicle or close to a shopping cart return area.

  • Why does ANCAP matter?

    When you’re looking at the specifications for new vehicles, you’ll often notice an ANCAP safety rating listed for each car. So what is an ANCAP rating, and why is it important?What ANCAP measures ANCAP stands for Australasian New Car Assessment Programme, an independent programme that publishes safety ratings for new cars coming into the Australian and New Zealand markets. It rates cars on four criteria:

  • Iconic Volkswagen Kombi Porsche race service bus is back — as an EV

    Porsche has revived its legendary red Volkswagen Renndienst (“race service”) vans for the Porsche Carrera Cup and Porsche Sports Cup racing series in Germany, but with a very modern twist — in the form of the ID. Buzz EV.


    An Amarok is a giant wolf, but when it comes to the all-new version of Volkswagen’s one-tonne ute there’s also an elephant in the room: the Ford Ranger.


    BYD Atto 3 (BEV) 1176

  • Women in Automotive

    DRIVEN Car Guide parent company NZME hosted the launch, first official gathering and a panel event for a new collective called Women in Automotive New Zealand this week.


    Apart from the mad GR version, you can now only get a Toyota Corolla with the familiar 103kW 1.8-litre hybrid powertrain in New Zealand. Now, while the combination of the words “hybrid” and “Corolla” may seem about as exciting as a beige-themed cardigan convention, Toyota isn’t listening to that kind of talk with the top-spec ZR.

  • Mitsubishi eclipses BEVs with plug-in hybrid EV UPDATE

    April was a much quieter month for electric vehicle sales: there were 1058 battery electric vehicles (BEVs) registered, down from 2631 in March. Sales of plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) fared a little better, reaching 565 compared with March’s 514.

Featured documents

VLEX uses login cookies to provide you with a better browsing experience. If you click on 'Accept' or continue browsing this site we consider that you accept our cookie policy. ACCEPT