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Gladiators are you ready? Jeep Gladiator in NZ soon.

Jeep Gladiator NZ

The only convertible truck of its kind on offer in the world, the Jeep Gladiator, is due to arrive in New Zealand this August. The Jeep Gladiator is built on the rich heritage of tough, dependable Jeep trucks with an unmatched combination of rugged capability and authentic Jeep design. “We are very excited to be […]

Xtremely Great Colorado Experience

Holden Colorado Z71 Xtreme New Zealand

A chance to xplore Holden’s Z71 Xtreme Colorado ute. Being squeezed tightly into a single prop bean can to be flown to an Island in the Hauraki Gulf by a, let’s say ‘fresh-faced’ pilot in brisk and swirling winds is not the normal way to begin a road test, but Holden New Zealand is becoming […]

Isuzu MU-X review – A Sense of Freedom

Since driving around the Isuzu off-road course at Fieldays earlier this year, both myself and my family were keen to get some additional time with their MU-X SUV. I liked its capability, the wife liked its 7 seat versatility and my son liked the drop down 10.2” screen with DVD player – evidently it ticked […]

Land Rover Experience – NZ

Last week I managed to get along to New Zealand’s Land Rover Experience – Yes I do know how lucky I am! The events have been held around the country and in my humble opinion, are the perfect way to showcase the capability and range of both Land Rover and Range Rover. I was invited […]

Getting our A into G with Mercedes-Benz

There’s little doubt that Mercedes-Benz have a very impressive SUV line-up (well vehicles in general for that matter). Boasting everything from the 5.5L V8 powered AMG GLS 63 (and of course the G-Wagon) to the all new X. Large or small and whatever the terrain, it would appear that Mercedes-Benz have a seat that will […]

Discovering Wellington – Land Rover style

Our capital has a history that dates as far back as 950AD when Polynesian explorer Kupe first discovered it. However ‘colonisation’ began relatively recently (1840) when European settlers arrived on the ship ‘Aurora’ and started to lay down roots; opting for Petone initially, before (due to flooding) moving further south to Wellington’s current and recognised […]