Northern News : November 17th 2010
14 NORTHERN NEWS, NOVEMBER 17, 2010 a c b a d c a s c o FAMILY FINANCE WHANGAREI KAITAIA Archibald Motors Commerce Street KAITAIA Talk to Mike 09 408 1900 Matthews Ave KAITAIA Talk to Paul 09 408 3900 ARCHIBALD's HUGE RANGE, GREAT PRICES, FANTASTIC VALUE, SUPER SERVICE We've got it all! Love that car 2 BUSY CAR YARDS / OVER 130 USED VEHICLES IN STOCK / TRADES WELCOME / NO DEPOSIT TAP *Conditions Apply **On 2004 models up and under 150,000km excludes motorcycles. Prices valid till 16th November 2010. Normal lending and credit criteria apply. FREE 5 Year Warranty* NO DEPOSIT FINANCE* TAP 1997 TOYOTA LANDCRUISER 3ltr, t/diesel, 7 seater, 4x4 $13,990 1997 SUZUKI R 1000cc, auto, turb $5,990 1993 HOLDEN CLUBSPORT 200 5ltr, V8, alloys, tints $15,990 2003 MITSUBISHI TRITON GLS 2.8ltr, t/diesel, 5 speed, 4x4l $21,990 2005 MITSUBISHI TRITON GLS 3.0ltr, 5 speed, 4x4 $25,990 2002 TOYOTA PREVIA 2.4ltr 7 seater $16,990 2002 NISSAN NAVARA 2.5ltr, t/diesel, 5 speed, 4x2 $15,990 1998 SUBARU FORESTER AWD 2ltr, non turbo, 5 speed, low/hi ratiio $9,990 2000 HYUNDAI SONATA 2ltr $7,990 2006 HYUNDAI ELANTRA 1.8ltr, 5 speed, economical $11,9 90 Petersen Motors Broadway, Kaikohe Phone 09 401 0388 HOT LIST! petersens -- where It's always a Great Time to Buy a Car! After Hours: Dave 09 407 4492 --- 027 492 0149 SPECIAL OF THE WEEK 2003 SUBARU LEGACY AWD 2.0ltr auto, NZ New, dual air bags, air con, AM/FM Stereo with CD player, cruise control. 2001 TOYOTA RAV4 1.8 auto, 2 wheel drive, CD player, tinted glass, aircon. Reduced to $6,495 $10,995 $6,490 $6,490 For All Listings and Details Visit: www.petersenmotors.co.nz 2003 HYUNDAI GETZ 1.3ltr, 5spd manual, dual air bags, CD, power windows and mirrors, air con $6,750 1999 TOYOTA CALDINA WAGON 1.8 auto, dual air bags, air con, power windows & mirrors, am/fm stereo. 2001 NISSAN BLUEBIRD SYLPHY 2.0L auto, tiptronic transmission, luxury trim, dual air bags, CD $9,995 2002 HYUNDAI GETZ 1.3 auto, dual air bags, air con $6,495 2003 NISSAN PULSAR 1.6ltr, 5spd manual, CD, dual air bags, air con, CD $6,490 2004 TOYOTA HIACE VAN 3.0L diesel, 5 speed manual, great tradesmen's workhorse, 2 to choose from 2003 MAZDA DEMIO 1340cc, 5dr, 1 AUTO $9,995 $6,750 ge of Family Cars 2001 SUBARU IMPREZA 1.5 auto, dual air bags, air conditioning, alloy wheels, CD player $14,995 2002 TOYOTA ECHO 5dr hatchback, 5spd manual, dual air bags, air conditioning, AM/FM stereo with CD player 2003 NISSAN PULSAR 1.6 auto, air conditioning, dual air bags, AM/FM stereo with CD player t t See us First for a Great Rang t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t SPRING SELECTION of Family Cars t tt t 1 MANUAL $9,750 NorthlandMotoring Your guide to what's new on the road Advertising feature Burn-outs screech into Saturday speedway Squealing engines and tyre-frying action. The first burn-out meeting of the season at the Kaikohe Speedway on Saturday promises to be smoking hot. Kaikohe Burn-Outs is expecting a good vehicle turnout. Vehicles taking part in the meeting, which begins with skids at 1pm, don t have to be road legal. But they must pass scrutineering to enter the burn-out pad. Call Troy on 021-251- 4803, George on 021- 174-2732 or visit the Kaikohe Car Club's web site at www.kaikohe carclub.com for details. Resealing of north roads Roads in the Far North will get a new coat of bitumen this summer. The district council has contracted Downer Ltd to reseal 70 kilometres of roads in the next five months at a cost of $2.7 million. Council project man- ager Allan Shadbolt says the council is undertak- ing the work to help waterproof roads and extend pavement life. As a rule of thumb, we try to make sure rese- als are carried out on a 15-year-cycle. But the time frame can vary depending on local circumstances. People who live on urban roads will receive a leaflet from contractors warning them of any works planned for their road. We don t want residents to be taken by surprise and to find the access to their properties is temporarily blocked. They will be asked not to leave vehicles parked on roads when sealing begins. If the advance warnings are heeded, it means the contractor can get on with the job and costs can be kept down. They will also be advised to keep pets and children away from roads during sealing. Bitumen is very lively and can be picked up on shoes and the feet of your pets and tracked inside the house. Mr Shadbolt asks for the co-operation and understanding of people who may be temporarily inconvenienced. In the event of a genuine emergency, the contractors, if ap- proached, will do all they can to get people on their way. He also urges motorists to comply with traffic management staff and speed warning signs when driving through areas where sealing work is in progress.
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