The most popular mode of transport in Auckland has been on sale for two years, and for a lot less than it costs to buy.
The car trade is not a booming business, but the city has long been known for its high prices, and now it’s on sale again.
It’s part of the city’s attempt to re-engage with the car, with the aim of turning Auckland into a car-loving, bike-sharing city.
And if that doesn’t work, Aucklanders will soon be buying a lot more car.
We’ve been selling cars for years and we’re selling more cars than ever before.
And it’s not just for tourists, it has become the way we get around Auckland.
New Zealand’s car market is growing by about 5 per cent a year, according to the National Automobile Dealers Association, but is projected to double by 2025.
With more than 300,000 registered vehicles on the road, Auckland’s city centre is already one of the most densely populated in the country.
But if the car market goes too hot, as it did in Auckland, many people will be left with nothing but the car.