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Hertz New Zealand Welcomes the Ford Mustang

Hertz New Zealand Welcomes the Ford Mustang

Iconic American muscle car launches into the Adrenaline Collection

Auckland, New Zealand 20 November 2017 – Hertz New Zealand has announced that the legendary Mustang vehicles are now available to experience exclusively at Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch locations for the first time.

The high-performance vehicles have been launched into Hertz’s head-turning Adrenaline Collection, giving customers the opportunity to take their next rental up a gear.

Mark Righton, Hertz Country Manager, New Zealand, said: “Hertz New Zealand is extremely excited to add these world renowned vehicles to its exhilarating Adrenaline Collection – there’s a particular feeling you get when you hear the growl of the Mustang.

“The iconic Mustang adds a new dimension to the diverse fleet range. It is a superior sporting vehicle and customers who get behind the wheel of this car will be able to see for themselves what makes it such an incredible experience.”

The Ford Mustang is equipped with technology that can adjust to road and weather conditions, thanks to Mustang’s Electronic Power Assisted Steering (EPAS). Drivers can choose between three power-assisted settings to adjust to any terrain, from the city streets to the countryside of New Zealand.

With the Ford Mustang’s EcoBoost engine, customers can have the thrill of a performance vehicle without the high running costs. The Ford Mustang also boasts an advanced braking system, which allows drivers to brake quickly in the event of an emergency. The Electronic Brake-force Distribution and an Anti-lock Braking System gives drivers optimal control whilst on navigating roads.

The Mustang is a powerful and stylish car, perfect for renters looking for a luxurious and high-thrill drive, complete with the latest automotive technology.

Car rental customers renting in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch can book the Mustangs now by visiting


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