Government pleads with motorists to stop using cellphones while driving on New Zealand roads.
Ford's new four cylinder Mustang engine option has more power than the hottest V8 in the original car from 1964.
What would you be prepared to pay for Ford's new-look Mustang which will probably reached NZ's shores in 2015?
America's iconic Ford Mustang is celebrating its 50th birthday with a swoon-worthy new design and plans to go global.
Volkswagen Golf drives away with the NZ Motoring Writers' Guild's car of the year award.
Mitsubishi's famous sporting GSR badging is back, aboard a car that wins the race for pricing.
Electric car owner charged with theft after recharging his car in public.
Hunt on for vandal with heavy machinery after $20,000 traffic light control box weighing over 500kg is ripped out of ground and dumped in river.
A motor racing enthusiast has paid the extraordinary amount of NZ$3.58 million for the 1960 Commer TS3 three-car transporter for the Ecurie Ecosse race team.
Nearly everyone who challenges their parking tickets in Palmerston North is let off.
In what has been a busy year on the new vehicle scene, more than a few have stood out from the pack.
Radical electric French machine has as much power as a superbike.
Woman in US pleads not guilty to what is believed to be the first traffic citation alleging a motorist was using Google's computer-in-an-eyeglass.
Ford's sixth-generation Mustang has broken cover a day before it will be officially revealed.
Our car fleet maybe one of the oldest in the developed world but at least we don't treat them like dodgems as they do in some places in Europe.
Lamborghini's exclusive and expensive Veneno Roadster has finally made its public debut.
Sales of new commercial vehicles during 2013 are on track to be the highest annual total since records began.
Any Transmission Gully tolls would be collected by Govt, not consortium contracted to build and operate the expressway.
Government decision to not reduce ACC levies for car owners has dismayed the Automobile Association.
Fears new speed tolerance may penalise drivers with faulty speedos, but police defiant.
For the first time in two-and-a-half years, a new Saab sedan has rolled off the production line.
A Nebraska man has been reunited with his now-vintage motorcycle stolen nearly 50 years earlier.
It's a quad bike but not as we expect to see them on NZ farms with tyres that won't go flat after being shot.
Toyota looking at alternative ways to transport people in congested cities.
Motor vehicle owners will have to wait until July 2015 to see any relief.
Two big roading projects in the Wellington region have seen major developments today.
Ford morphs 50 years of Mustangs into a 100 seconds video clip.
A warmed-over Barina is a good idea, but wouldn't it be a good idea to do the same thing for Cruze and Malibu too?
Ford's all-new Ka is probably a lot more important than the new Mustang when it comes to fulfilling global car demand.
Aprilia's new Caponord is an absolutely brilliant bike in all the ways that really matter.
Mercedes SLS Black isn't black, but it howls on a desert raceway that is its home.
Honda develops new range of small-capacity turbocharged engines set to play an important role in helping it get its mojo back.
If you ignore the blocky graphics, this Mazda2 looks like any other, just as the company's first hybrid is remarkably like an ordinary Mazda3.
ROB MAETZIG - © Fairfax NZ NewsWhen the new Honda Jazz is launched in NZ next year, it will come from what Honda claims is the world's greenest vehicle assembly plant.
Fatal road smashes involving trucks are costing tens of millions of dollars a year, with truckies at fault in only a third of them.
A man in the US is to sell one of his testicles so he can buy his dream car.
Weaker NZ dollar and stronger oil prices blamed for an increase in petrol pump prices.
ROB MAETZIG - © Fairfax NZ NewsIs it possible to envisage a burly Kiwi male and his wife travelling around central Wellington in a little 2.4m-long and 1.28m-wide electric vehicle?
A collision-free traffic environment, where everyone can share the roads in total safety may be a lot closer than you think.
More CCTV footage and another candidate for the title of worst driver.
Some people hate it, refuse to call it a Ferrari but the the FF is every bit a Ferrari.
A taste from Tokyo of what the latest in auto development has to offer.
Police may consider adopting a speed tolerance of 4kmh above the limit at all times if a summer campaign saves lives.
Toyota's hybrid guru says new Prius model will excite drivers.
Killer hangovers could be just that, says study into effects of driving day after heavy drinking.
Summer speed slowdown will be a failure if it leads to a big increase in tickets, the AA says.
Man fails in appeal of driving conviction during which he argued laws don't apply to Maori.
It looks familiar inside and out, but BMW's star performing X5, is even more talented than it was before.
Hot versions of Hyundai cars may soon be on their way to New Zealand.
Trapped babies in hot cars prompt warning from AA about keeping an eye on your keys.