Phone: 09 438 7043
54 Port Rd, Whangarei
If you’re on the hunt for a vehicle, you may have noticed that a few new players have entered the market. China is by far the world’s largest automobile market, but many companies have turned their focus on expansion resulting in greater choice and variety for Kiwis. Over the last few years a range of Chinese automotive brands have established themselves in New Zealand, and you can find one of the main dealers right here in Whangarei.
Northland Autos has specialized in Chinese cars, mainly Foton, Haval and Great Wall. While Foton has established itself as the biggest player in the commercial vehicle industry worldwide, Great Wall Motors, named after the Great Wall of China, is the socialist country’s largest producer of sport utility vehicles and pick-up trucks. Its sister brand Haval is now outselling even its competitors Mercedes, BMW and Mitsubishi in local markets. It’s been the leading brand for SUV in China for the last 15 years and has made it into the Top10 internationally. The company solely focuses on sport utility vehicles, combining the latest technology from around the world with comfort and safety.
Since their introduction to the New Zealand market in the last decade, Northland Autos has become one of only a dozen agents nationwide for Chinese vehicles, providing expert customer service as well as maintenance and repair jobs for its customers. The trained staff are committed to ongoing training, staying up to date with latest news and know-how in the automobile industry to ensure all after-sales vehicles are running smoothly, safely and economically. There is also a great range of quality used vehicles and finance options available.
Apart from Chinese vehicles, Northland Autos also prides itself to be a Peugeot car dealer, one of the oldest car manufacturers in France. Peugeot has been recognised internationally with many awards for its safety features and low emissions.
If you would like to test drive a new Great Wall, Foton, Peugeot or Haval vehicle, call the friendly team at Northland Autos today.