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Hyundai dealership number 21 in Invercargill

Media Release
12 May 2004

Hyundai dealership number 21 in Invercargill

Hyundai opens yet another dealership this week when the distinctive blue and silver signage goes up on Robbie Baxter Hyundai in Invercargill.

Some of the crew from Hyundai Sports Café, including Ric Salizzo, will be at the official launch on Wednesday 12th May.

Robbie Baxter is predicting a bright future for Hyundai in Southland, as the fast-growing Korean manufacturer continues to win accolades in New Zealand and around the world.

“I’ve long admired the Hyundai brand and a close look at the range today suggests it’s very well suited to the driving needs of our area,” said Robbie Baxter.

“The passenger car lineup is strong and exciting things are happening in four-wheel drives.”

“Hyundai is known for the quality and reliability of its vehicles, its value for money … and nowadays for its strong growth,” said Robbie Baxter. “Those are all things we’ve specialised in over the years.”

Widely known and respected, the dealership boasts a proud history dating back almost 35 years. The “Baxter Distinction” signifies Robbie’s stringent buying policy on quality and authenticity of Japanese imports.

“It’s great to welcome Robbie Baxter to the Hyundai network,” commented the General Manager of Hyundai Automotive New Zealand Philip Eustace.

“Go ahead, is what we say about Hyundai and that’s as true about Robbie Baxter as it is throughout New Zealand.

“Exciting things are happening around the country for Hyundai right now, as they are internationally.”

The appointment of Robbie Baxter Hyundai follows that of Wings and Wheels Hyundai, Taupo, on the 7th April.

It comes just as Hyundai is being lauded internationally for its dramatic leap to a close second place in important American quality rankings, and with the brand about to reach 10 million exports.

Hyundai is also launching its widely anticipated new Tucson SUV in New Zealand on 1August.

The launch of Robbie Baxter Hyundai brings the national network to 21 dealerships and six authorised parts and service agents. They are:

1 Northland Autos Whangarei Cnr Clyde & Albert St (09) 438 7043
2 North Harbour Hyundai Takapuna 175 Wairau Road (09) 444 7777
3 Winger Hyundai Greenlane 404 Great South Road (09) 522 2057
4 Don Thomson Motors Ltd Pukekohe 69-79 Manukau Road (09) 238 4199
5 Waikato Motor Group Hamilton 270 Te Rapa Road (07) 849 7733
6 Wings and Wheels Hyundai Taupo 67 Ruapehu Street, (07) 378 7547
7 Dallas Motors Ltd
(Authorised Parts & Service Agent) Rotorua Cnr Fenton and Ti Streets (07) 346 0560
8 Vern Jacobson Ltd Tauranga 408 Cameron Road (07) 577 6222
9 Smith Auto Services Ltd Whakatane 20 Stewart Street (07) 308 8670
10 Gary Bates Hyundai Gisborne 346 Palmerston Road (06) 867 9438
11 Bayswater Vehicles Limited Napier Napier 115 Carlyle Street (06) 835 2388
12 Bayswater Vehicles Limited Hastings Hastings 1112 Heretaunga Street West (06) 876 9394
13 White Heather
(Authorised Parts & Service Agent) South Taranaki 347-353 Main Road, Normanby (06) 272 8216
14 David Jones Motors Wanganui 276 Victoria Avenue (06) 345 5115
15 Z-One Motoring Ltd Palmerston North 107-119 Taonui Street (06) 353 0605
16 Majestic Motors Masterton Cnr Dixon & Harlequin Streets (06) 377 0039
17 Twin Lakes Motor Company (Authorised Parts & Service Agent) Upper Hutt 769 Fergusson Drive (04) 528 5609
18 Hyundai Used and Suzuki Lower Hutt 24 Railway Avenue (04) 569 1082
19 Hyundai Parts and Service (Authorised Parts & Service Agent) Lower Hutt 60 Victoria Avenue (04) 569 1852
20 Williams and Adams Hyundai Wellington 72-82 Taranaki Street (04) 385 8929
21 Nelson Hyundai (Sales Only) Nelson 44-46 Collingwood Street (03) 548 2235
22 Dayman Motors Ltd
(Authorised Parts & Service Agent) Nelson Crn Collingwood & Halifax Sts (03) 546 9232
23 Gary Cockram Hyundai Christchurch Cnr Tuam & Durham Streets (03) 366 4852
24 John Bradley Hyundai Timaru 2-2a King Street (03) 688 9995
25 Hansen's Auto Services (1997) Ltd (Authorised Parts & Service Agent) Queenstown 19/1c Repco Boulevard,
Industrial Place, Queenstown (03) 442 9702
26 Anngow Motors Dunedin 343 Andersons Bay Road (03) 455 2575
27 Robbie Baxter Hyundai Invercargill 73 North Road (03) 215 9504


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