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5 hours ago

Subaru Legacy 2.5I Eyesight 2011

Karen from Maitai

Registered with new WOF.
Year of manufacture: 2011
Engine: 2.5L Petrol
Kilometres: 86,590

Colour: Black (Black cloth interior)
Imported: 2017. AA Appraised (Odometer Verified) VTNZ Safety Certified
Safety Rating: 5 Star (Used Car Safety Rating - Rightcar.govt.nz)… View more
Registered with new WOF.
Year of manufacture: 2011
Engine: 2.5L Petrol
Kilometres: 86,590

Colour: Black (Black cloth interior)
Imported: 2017. AA Appraised (Odometer Verified) VTNZ Safety Certified
Safety Rating: 5 Star (Used Car Safety Rating - Rightcar.govt.nz)

Features:
• Subaru Intelligent (SI) Drive with ‘EyeSight’ Adaptive Cruise Control (includes Anti-impact sensors and lane compliance warning)
• All Wheel Drive
• Keyless entry: Smart key (Push button) ignition
• Auto gearbox with Paddle-shift option.
• HID Headlights
• Reversing Camera
• Electric seats (front)
• 8 Airbags
• NZ Audio / GPS System
• Bluetooth
• Dual Climate Control Air-conditioning (separate for passenger)
• Power Mirrors
• 18” Factory Alloy Wheels
• Towbar

This Legacy has 5 doors, 5 Seats, Factory Body Kit (Aero), Car Alarm, Electric Mirrors (Retractable), Indicator Mirror, Audio/hands-free Bluetooth system, Rear Wiper, Remote Smart Door Lock System, Spare Key, Auto-Head Light System, Electric Headlight Washers, Fog Lights, ESC, Anti-lock Brakes, Power steering, Immobilizer, ISOFIX Child Seat Anchor Points, Full 5th Seatbelt (Not Lap Belt), Cargo Blind, Rear Tinted Windows, USB slots and Drink holders. Tyres fitted March 2019.

Call to view or for more details: 021 254 8229
Turners reviewer comment on these Subaru’s…

The wagon's boot (at 526 litres) is enough for six medium-size suitcases. The rear seat splits and folds, expanding the space to a massive 1,677 litres. The rear door is wide and the opening low, which makes the boot easy to load.

Subaru's fulltime all-wheel drive system means the car is very sure-footed in all conditions. It has lots of grip, the steering is responsive and there is little to no body roll. The ride is comfortable, though on the firm side.

The Legacy will out-pull many larger vehicles - not normal for a CVT automatics are. It can pull up to 750kg unbraked (a medium-to-large garden trailer) and 1,800kg braked (a medium-size trailer boat).

Models from 2010 feature “Eyesight”, Subaru's camera-based safety assistant which includes autonomous emergency braking, adaptive cruise control and lane-keeping assist. It is obvious if a car has this feature because a camera is visible either side of the rear-vision mirror when looking through the windscreen.

Other reviewers’ comment…

The all wheel drive Subaru Legacy is a well-respected model with a proven history. It has sporty stylish lines that separate it from other wagons on the market, and it is not too big for trips around town but still more than capable for the long journeys. This is a spacious wagon with good leg space and cargo room.

Price: $13,500

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7 hours ago

Wanted to buy Reject Pumpkins

Kay from Marlborough Sounds

Reject pumpkins wanted for pig food.

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1 day ago

Wanted to buy

Colleen from The Wood

Wanted to buy electric lawn mower must be in good condition , ph 0274918883

17 hours ago

Discover a new wine at New World

New World Blenheim

"Kia ora – Andrew Watson from New World Blenheim here. Keen to discover a new top drop in time for summer?

My favourite wine from this year’s New World Wine Awards is the Kingston Estate Clare Valley Shiraz 2018. Shiraz is a slightly sweet bold and fruity style, it’s more robust than… View more
"Kia ora – Andrew Watson from New World Blenheim here. Keen to discover a new top drop in time for summer?

My favourite wine from this year’s New World Wine Awards is the Kingston Estate Clare Valley Shiraz 2018. Shiraz is a slightly sweet bold and fruity style, it’s more robust than Pinot Noirs but not heavy like Cab Sauv’s if you’re looking for the perfect balanced red. I find the plum notes very appealing and while this wine is young it’s still robust, and with a couple of years cellaring it will be a fantastic drop.

Come into your local New World and explore the Top 50 Gold-medal winning wines – we have winners for every budget. Plus join us for complimentary wine sampling and try before you buy.
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1 day ago

Bit on the side...

The Team from Resene ColorShop Nelson

Make this easy rustic side table and paint in your favourite tonal Resene colours.

Make the most of this weekend with this easy step by step project idea from Resene.

Find out how to create this quick and easy project yourself

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1 day ago

Very dry firewood

Didi from Atawhai

Very dry wood, 2 years old. Slap wood, pine and gum. 1 big, full trailer load. Pick up Atawhai. $120.

Price: $120

1 day ago

Make a difference to peoples lives! Want to give? Like to Teach? Love to drive?

Margo from Tahunanui

We’re looking for volunteers to support former refugees as they learn to drive. Having a driver's licence increases former refugees independence and helps them secure employment.

Full training and a vehicle for the lessons will be provided. Mentors must be over 20 years old, have held a … View more
We’re looking for volunteers to support former refugees as they learn to drive. Having a driver's licence increases former refugees independence and helps them secure employment.

Full training and a vehicle for the lessons will be provided. Mentors must be over 20 years old, have held a drivers licence for at least two years, and be available for 2-3 hours a week.

Find out more and apply on our website: www.redcross.org.nz.........
or contact the Open Coordinator 021 255 8550 openroad.nelson@redcross.org.nz
Please note this job is unpaid

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1 day ago

Nelson Mask Parade postponed until Sunday

Tim Newman Reporter from The Nelson Mail

With wet weather expected to last all day Friday, Nelson Arts Festival organisers have postponed the Mask Parade to 5pm this Sunday, while the Carnivale has been cancelled.

The Festival will now open with the Piki Mai light show at the Cathedral Steps at dusk tonight. Click the link below for the… View more
With wet weather expected to last all day Friday, Nelson Arts Festival organisers have postponed the Mask Parade to 5pm this Sunday, while the Carnivale has been cancelled.

The Festival will now open with the Piki Mai light show at the Cathedral Steps at dusk tonight. Click the link below for the full story.

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1 day ago

Dog Walker and sitter

Marcia from The Wood

Naoisha comes highly recommended and works right across Nelson taking care of your dog and puppy needs.
She can be contacted 021022 30817

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1 day ago

Wanted to buy

Colleen from The Wood

Wanted to buy male budgies for outdoor Avairy Ph 0274918883

Price: $15

3 days ago

Mysterious Manifestations in Nelson North

Stephen from Todds Valley

I go for a walk frequently on some hilly, private rural land in Nelson North. Recently the landowners were surprised to find a small statue and a couple of unusual beer bottles at an old skid site on their steep hillside property. More recently, a 'crop-circle' type of image appeared … View moreI go for a walk frequently on some hilly, private rural land in Nelson North. Recently the landowners were surprised to find a small statue and a couple of unusual beer bottles at an old skid site on their steep hillside property. More recently, a 'crop-circle' type of image appeared next to the gnome, created from firewood. I was walking in the area today and saw these mysterious objects myself, so I took photos.

There is no public access close to this location... the exact locality of which has to remain a secret (unless the owners want to post it here themselves).

No unusual traffic has been seen in the area and, as far as I am aware, there have been no recent reports of unidentified aerial phenomena. Nobody I've spoken to seems to know where the statue came from... or who screwed it securely to the log it is standing on.

The image created from firewood is intriguing. It appears to be a primitive, yet artistically pleasing, representation of a humanoid, obviously a male one. One theory for its presence suggests that it is a signal to the sky people from the secretive inhabitants of the local scrublands.... perhaps showing a rendezvous point. I favour the hypothesis that it is part of a fertility or potency ritual initiated by one of the locals as there don't seem to be many pregnant women in the immediate neighbourhood.

It would be great if anybody can throw any further light on these unusual objects.

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