Driving change for good fuels new partnership
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by Charlotte Parkinson
5M ago
Wellington City Mission (WCM) and family-owned Brendan Foot Supersite (BFS) have joined forces to make a difference by helping our local community access the services they need. Brendan Foot Supersite has kept the Wellington region moving for over 50 years and has provided WCM with 13 cars including three free ones to help the charity on their mission. Including the popular Suzuki Swift, GWM Jolion and Mitsubishi Outlander. “Proudly born and bred in the Wellington region, our family is very grateful for the support from our local community. This is one of the ways we can connect and give back ..read more
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Driving Creativity
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by Charlotte Parkinson
7M ago
Driving Creativity: High School Art Students Shift Gears With New Awards The NZ Art Show is thrilled to announce the inaugural Hyundai Emerging Artist Awards, a new initiative aimed at supporting the artistic aspirations of Year 13 students in secondary schools across the Wellington region. These prestigious awards will empower emerging artists to pursue their creative dreams, with the premier winner receiving $1,000. 35 secondary schools have been invited to submit candidates for these awards. Jointly sponsored by Hyundai New Zealand and Brendan Foot Supersite. The NZ Art Show is Wellington ..read more
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A car that “breaks the mould”
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by Charlotte Parkinson
8M ago
When Alan describes his new red GWM Ora, he says it’s a car that redefined his expectations of vehicle style and design. After looking at numerous cars that all felt like a slightly different version of the same thing, the GWM Ora put an end to his search. Now that he’s been driving his new car for a few months, we caught up with him to see how it’s going. Clean energy Like an increasing number of Kiwis, Alan made the decision earlier this year that he wanted his next car to be a greener choice. Although he had never driven an electric vehicle, his husband’s experience with a hybrid car got ..read more
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Driving toward a sustainable future
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by Diana
11M ago
Maycroft Construction is a key player in New Zealand’s construction landscape. Their services span every stage of the building process – from design conception to project completion. Established in 1954, the business has a well-earned reputation based on the values of integrity, trust, and a commitment to quality. When Maycroft works with other businesses, they carefully choose those who honour the same values. So when they recently decided to begin the transition toward a hybrid-based fleet of vehicles, it was an obvious choice to partner with Brendan Foot Supersite. We caught up with Maycro ..read more
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Love at First Sight
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by Charlotte Parkinson
1y ago
When Ingrid Daly first laid eyes on the green GWM Ora in Lower Hutt’s Brendan Foot Supersite, she immediately told husband Chris, “that’s my car.” Ingrid says the GWM Ora stood out to her for a number of reasons. “I saw it and just knew this was the car for me.” she says. We caught up with her recently to find out why.   Protecting the environment  Ingrid and Chris are not strangers to the world of electric vehicles. Like many Kiwis, they’re both all too aware that we’re in a climate crisis. “We reflected on what we could do to make a difference – collectively, individually, an ..read more
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Sharing the Load
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by Charlotte Parkinson
1y ago
Combining a bold new look, state-of-the-art technology, and powerful performance, Hyundai’s 2022 Staria Load is quite the head turner. It’s also proving to give traditional Kiwi van choices a run for their money. But don’t just take our word for it, we checked in with a few recent buyers and users of the 2022 Staria Load to get their opinion.   Safety matters  One of the top considerations for any buyer of any vehicle has to be safety. After all, looks and performance don’t mean much if the vehicle you’re driving can’t keep you safe. “The Staria Load stood out from the rest in ..read more
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Beat the Price Rise on 1 July
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by Charlotte Parkinson
1y ago
On 2 May 2023, the Government announced changes to their Clean Car Discount policy that will come into effect for any new vehicles purchased from 1 July 2023. If you’ve ordered a new vehicle and it doesn’t arrive and isn’t registered until after 1 July 2023, the revised Clean Car rebate/fee policy will apply. This is part of the Government mandated On Road Costs for all new vehicles in New Zealand and is outside our control. We recommend you beat the price rise and purchase your new vehicle before the end of June. You’ll be better off than you’ll be if you wait until the below changes come int ..read more
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EV & Hybrid Expo
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by Andrew van Bunnik
1y ago
Want to know more about EV, PHEV or hybrid vehicles? Come along to our EV & Hybrid Expo and find out all you need to know.  The Expo to be held on Sunday 12 February is a great opportunity to ask and learn about which vehicle best suits your needs, and also what it is like owning and driving one of these new energy vehicles.  You’ll see one of New Zealand’s best selections of EVs, PHEVs and hybrids across six different brands, side by side in one place. Compare one type of vehicle to another, compare prices, compare models, and if you like, arrange a test drive.  On hand, a ..read more
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Get plugged in about Plug-Ins
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by Andrew van Bunnik
1y ago
So what’s it really like to own a Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV)? Read on as we share the responses from a recent survey of over 600 PHEV owners.  Firstly, a little background. A PHEV uses both a petrol engine and an electric motor which is powered by a plug-in battery. You can drive a certain distance using the electric motor and when the battery is depleted, the car will switch to the petrol engine. You can also control the switch-over yourself. The battery is charged by both the petrol engine, and through regenerative braking – and of course through plugging it into a charger ..read more
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Vehicles eligible for a rebate
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by Andrew van Bunnik
2y ago
From 1 April 2022 the Clean Car Standard is being expanded to penalise high emitting vehicles and reward buyers of low emitting petrol and diesel vehicles. This is additional to the rebates already available on EV and PHEVs. Details of which vehicles will be eligible for a Clean Car Rebate are shown below.  The rebate value is based on the vehicle’s CO2 emissions – the lower the emissions the bigger the rebate. The rebates are being funded by a government fee on high emitting vehicles, with fees ranging from $460 to $5,175.   Looking after the planet and your wallet can align o ..read more
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