Northern News : January 30th 2013
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Comprehensive vehicle repairs: Cars, Vans, Utes, 4 x 4s, Light Trucks. BROADWAY, KAIKOHE PH (09) 401-0388 A/H Dave Gorrie 09 407 4492, 027 492 0149 1.5ltr, auto, air con, dual air bags, AM/FM stereo with CD player, only 69.900kms 2005 TOYOTA COROLLA WHEELS OF THE WEEK Petersen Motors LMVD $13,495 3204814EK Motoring Advertising Feature Jeep a popular choice Record broken: Jeep sales rocket -- pictured is the Jeep Wrangler Moab. We know Jeep sell well in New Zealand. Our last test car was sold from under us last month, with no warning. Worldwide Jeep has surpassed its previous 1999 global sales record by selling more than 700,000 vehicles in 2012. Global sales were up 19 per cent and the American market saw a 13 per cent spike. Jeep plans to keep up the momentum in 2013, with an all-new mid-size SUV and a significantly refreshed Grand Cherokee that also offers a clean- diesel engine. Ford hits new territory Missed opportunity: Ford's Territory reaches 150,000 mark. By DAVE MOORE While Ford has every right to celebrate the passing of the 150,000 sales mark by its large Territory SUV, it s not hard to ponder what might have been. Even before its 2004 launch, diesel-powered mules had been spotted in Australia and Ger- many, as Ford Australia pushed its case for a Jaguar/PSA powered V6 turbodiesel version of it. But the diesel-powered version of the dynami- cally brilliant large scale SUV didn t come to mar- ket until seven years after the model was first released, and it has to be said that a huge oppor- tunity for large scale export was passed by. In 2011 the diesel was launched to finally cover the biggest weak point of the model: The immense thirst of the 2000kg-plus car when powered by its naturally aspirated and turbocharged petrol sixes. But 150,000 units is a big number in any car company s language and Ford is celebrating any- way. When launched, it could be said that the Territory was ahead of its time, identifying that families were drawn to the command driving position and interior ver- satility of an SUV com- pared to a large sedan. Territory s first full year of production was 2005 and best sales year with 28,447 units pro- duced at Ford Australia s Broadmeadows assembly plant. As the Territory con- tinued to achieve sales success for Ford, the SZ was launched in 2011 with a more fuel-efficient petrol engine and for the first time, a 2.7-litre turbo diesel with a six- speed automatic trans- mission providing out- standing fuel economy. Ford s acclaimed 2.7-litre V6 TDCi diesel engine was added to the range as part of Ford Australia s $280 million investment in sustain- ability, with assistance from the Federal Gov- ernment s Green Car Innovation Fund and the Victoria State Govern- ment. This included development of the 2.0-litre EcoBoost Falcon as well as the introduc- tion of liquid-phase injec- tion technology for the Falcon. We ll never know how far the Territory could have gone with diesel power had it been avail- able from the beginning. Air pollution deaths blamed on cars Killer smog: Millions die in SE Asia. A surge in the number of people using cars in south and east Asia has led to millions dying prematurely through pollution caused by vehicle emissions accord- ing to a study published by the Lancet. Titled the (GBR) Glo- bal Burden of Disease -- the study reveals that in 2010 more than 2.1 mil- lion people in Asia lost their life in this way. Particles in the air made up of diesel soot and gases were blamed, along with other forms of air pollution caused by industry.
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