Capture that holiday feeling with an incredible weekend away in New Zealand’s favourite diesel family wagon — the Hyundai Santa Fe.
Every week for six weeks Hyundai will be offering you the chance to win a family break at one of the best baches in the country. From adventure sports in Queenstown to wine tasting in Hawkes Bay, you’ll pack in a whole load of fun too—and get to drive there in the Santa Fe.
There is even a trip to the Able Tasman in the mix.
So enter your details now and you could be going on a weekend away valued at $2,500 and the keys to a Santa Fe for the weekend. Click here to enter the competition on the Hyundai NZ website.
Hyundai New Zealand have a great relationship with the country's bowling clubs. They have been actively supporting the national administrative arm with sponsored vehicles and the such.
Part of this arrangement is to continue the support onto a local level, and help out the local Nelson Bowling Clubs. For every Hyundai sold to a local bowling club member, new or used, Bowater Hyundai donates $250 to that club as a thank you.
Recently Daryl Pritchard of Bowater Hyundai had the pleasur of handing John Orbell of Ngawhatu Bowling Club a cheque for $250.
Article by Paul Horrell of TopGear.com.
Reviewed on Top Gear September 2012.
When the Hyundai Veloster was new, all everyone talked about was the doors. The strange and imaginative arrangement - two on the kerb side, one on the road side - raised the profile of both the Veloster and Hyundai as a whole. It also had the useful side effect of distracting attention from the car's relatively humdrum mechanical spec.
But now the Veloster comes with a turbo. So, however handy they might be for dropping the kids off at school, let's put the doors aside and look at it as budget sports coupe. The addition of a quick-responding twin-scroll blower to the direct-injection engine takes the power up to 186bhp and the torque to 195lb ft. To go with it, the wheels are up to 18-inchers, and the suspension is firmed, the steering re-geared and re-weighted, and brakes made more stout. What you'd expect.
Hyundai New Zealand is proud to announce that retired real-estate agent Vivienne Bidwell is the winner of a brand new Hyundai i30 hatchback car and the If you can start it, you can win it online competition.
General Manager Andy Sinclair says a secret delivery to Vivienne was arranged this afternoon at Napier’s Milk and Honey café and they caught it all on video.
“Needless to say, she was totally over the moon when she saw it. We couldn’t be happier for Vivienne. It’s a beautiful car for people who appreciate style and are on the go – we hope she enjoys it for years to come.”