Interestingly, none of the politicians managed to escape the wrath of farmers at the protest march organised by the lobby…
When it comes to four wheel drives the ubiquitous Toyota Land Cruiser has been around for 60 years, and the Prado variant for the last twenty.
Large passenger vehicles seem to lost favour in suburbia, giving way to utes as the macho movers and shakers.
With around one third of New Zealand roads unsealed, no surprise that drivers like utes, crossovers and SUV’s.
THE SUBARU Forester is so well suited to rural use, it is astounding Subaru spend so little promoting it to the rural market.
The Hunterville Lions Club plans to raise $50,000 for a room at the new $18m Ronald McDonald house being built in Wellington and so organised a 4WD trip over some of the iconic properties of the Inland Patea, the hinterland between Taihape and Napier.
ANYONE WHO had an old Suzuki SJ410 or SJ413 – or even a Land Rover – will relate to this version of Suzuki's offering to the New Zealand market. Built in India, the Farmworker is a 'descendant' of those early Suzuki's that were a cheaper go-anywhere 4WD much favoured years ago by Kiwi farmers.