Read the reviews of professional motoring journalists, as well as our own vehicle features and that of Volkswagen and ŠKODA globally and here in New Zealand.
I’m fortunate enough to be able to drive a wide range of vehicles in my role, such as this Volkswagen Golf R-Line. In fact, just quietly, now that I’ve been in so many I think I’d find it hard to buy a new car, and I don’t envy people that have to do that without having spent a good amount of time with a vehicle. I was very fortunate to attend the Polo and Allspace dealer launch a couple of weeks ago, driving a lot of vehicles in one day, and there was a lot to take in!
We can’t help sharing this video that we came across, a review of the ŠKODA Superb put together by popular motoring expert Bob Flavin.
Sleeping for four. Pop top roof. Compact size. You could say not much’s changed since the 70s. But it has (man).
The ŠKODA Kodiaq has been very well received by new owners and motoring journalists alike, but two things stand out when discuss the Kodiaq with potential buyers: How can a large SUV have a 1.4L engine (entry-level model)? How does a ŠKODA compare to more common vehicle brands? Find out here.
There are a number of excellent utes on the market in New Zealand. Our Commercial Specialist, Anthony Johanson, explains why the Amarok is the best of the bunch.
NZ Outdoor Magazine’s Journalist, Per Jacobsen, recently purchased a Volkswagen Amarok 4WD Trendline TDI from Miles Continental and decided to put it to the test among the Southern Alps of New Zealand. He returned from his trip with plenty to say about the Amarok. Debra at NZ Outdoor Hunting Magazine has kindly given us permission to share the review.
It’s only brand-snobbery that prevents this car from dominating New Zealand’s large car sales figures says DAVE MOORE.