Stoke, Nelson

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2 hours ago

Kids Mountain Bike - Scott Voltage JR 20

Stefan from Richmond

The Scott Voltage JR 20 is a great bike for the kid to go everywhere.

6-Speed Shimano and front suspension.

Has been a fantastic bike for our daughter, but she now rides a 24 inch bike.

Very good condition.
Always has been looked after well and recently upgraded with new cables and wires all … View more
The Scott Voltage JR 20 is a great bike for the kid to go everywhere.

6-Speed Shimano and front suspension.

Has been a fantastic bike for our daughter, but she now rides a 24 inch bike.

Very good condition.
Always has been looked after well and recently upgraded with new cables and wires all through, new brake pads, new tubes and a service.

Bought the bike new from local cycling shop in 2014.

You are welcome to view the bike.

Price: $280

2 hours ago

Unwanted mirror

Reinhard from Mapua

I bought a mirror 1,000 x 900mm without doing the measuring first. It's now sitting in our garage waiting for somebody who can use it.
I paid $ 133.80 for it, but any serious offer is considered.
You can have a look at it in Mapua, send me a message with your phone number and I contact you.

Negotiable

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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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1 day ago

Wanted to buy

Colleen from The Wood

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

2 days ago

Fuel Deals and Supermarkets

Stephen from Todds Valley

It took me a while to work up the trust to buy fuel from the new NPD outlet in Saint Vincent Street. I thought it would be a hassle if something went wrong and there were no attendants nearby to sort things out. However I've now bought a lot of fuel from NPD. I guess a saving of maybe … View moreIt took me a while to work up the trust to buy fuel from the new NPD outlet in Saint Vincent Street. I thought it would be a hassle if something went wrong and there were no attendants nearby to sort things out. However I've now bought a lot of fuel from NPD. I guess a saving of maybe seven to twenty cents (or whatever) per litre isn't going to make me a millionaire, but every little helps. And it is more a matter of principle...

Now that NPD have set up in town, it seems that the other outlets are less in unison regarding pricing. I don't know who owns all the fuel 'brands', but it has certainly appeared they often acted together in simultaneously altering fuel prices. They advertised fuel prices to the tenth of a cent, yet most brands were mostly selling at the same price at the same time. Surely their costs are not ever identical. Anyway, from my point of view, there wasn't a lot of serious competition going on. But I'm not a business guru and I've been wrong many times...

I prefer to simply buy stuff at a fair price. I don't want to jump through hoops or have to present a special card or a supermarket coupon to get the 'best' price on fuel. I don't like being handed a fuel voucher at the supermarket. I pick my supermarket according to the service I get and the availability of suitably priced products. I prefer to use a fuel station that is located away from traffic hassles, but price is always a consideration.

Last Saturday I was running a bit late for an appointment, but I thought I should top up my wife's car with fuel seeing it was advertised at under $2 per litre. So I raced into NPD and started to pump the fuel. However the fuel flow stopped and a fault message appeared on the pump's screen. I immediately phoned the 0800 help line number and recorded the problem and my details. Later I checked my credit card online and found that there was a pending charge of $150 from NPD, which bothered me. So early this week I phoned NPD. They understood my situation and were professional and reassuring. They then fixed the problem so that the outcome was very much in my favour. I thought at the time that I might never go back there for fuel, but I was treated well and it was probably just teething trouble at the new installation anyway. So I will have no hesitation going back. We all have problems, but it is how we fix them that matters.

I want to continue to support this company. They have brought some real competition to the area.

If you have never used an unattended fuel station like NPD, here are some things I've learned...
1. You pull up alongside the pump you want to use, and you note the number of the pump.
2. Place your eftpos/credit card into the slot at the pay station. Follow the instructions, being sure to enter the correct pump number and the grade of fuel that you will be using. At this point, it seems that the maximum purchase amount of $150 is 'deducted' or 'held' from your account.
3. Fill your tank from the correct pump. You can drive away after this, but if you are cautious like me, you can then go back to the pay station for a receipt. It appears that you can call in at the station and ask for a receipt at any time. A duplicate of your last transaction will be printed. This is handy to know, because a couple of times it appears that the receipt machine has run out of paper.... which isn't surprising seeing how busy the station can be.

Will I ever buy fuel from other stations? Sure... I will have to, and I have nothing personal against them or their staff. I'm not associated with NPD in any way. My wife and I make our living creating art work.

Best wishes from Todd Valley.

1 day ago

VW polo 1.6 only 23,500km

Simon from Stoke

2008
Only done 28,500km (equivalent to only one years average motoring)
Will arrange for 12 months WOF from Ray Rennie Autos
1.6 engine (more power than the under powered 1.4)
All the usual extras e.g. ABS, New tyres, Alloy wheels, Stereo CD/DVD player, heated screens, climate control,
RedBook… View more
2008
Only done 28,500km (equivalent to only one years average motoring)
Will arrange for 12 months WOF from Ray Rennie Autos
1.6 engine (more power than the under powered 1.4)
All the usual extras e.g. ABS, New tyres, Alloy wheels, Stereo CD/DVD player, heated screens, climate control,
RedBook valuation is over $10k
Regularly Serviced
Registration Plate 8JAN8 is worth $1000
Only one previous owner.
Currently in Australia so please contact Ray at Ray Rennie Automotive 546 5538 or email me at scross3@xtra.co.nz

Negotiable

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

Feedback Friday

NumberWorks'nWords Richmond

Feedback from our parents and grandparents is so appreciated.

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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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6 days ago

Rental Car Company recommendations - Auckland

Harry from Stoke

Can anyone recommend a cheap rental car company that's easy to get to from Auckland Airport?

1 day ago

Motorhome cover for sale

Alison from Upper Moutere

Motorhome cover made by Cover Systems.
6m length x 2.2m height x 2 m wide
Ref Code size A 602022
As new, never used.
Pictured over a smaller van. Suitable Civilian/Rosa or VW/Mercedes camper perhaps. Complete with instructions.
Contact my parents to view or discuss.
Gary and Patricia Newport
ph 03 … View more
Motorhome cover made by Cover Systems.
6m length x 2.2m height x 2 m wide
Ref Code size A 602022
As new, never used.
Pictured over a smaller van. Suitable Civilian/Rosa or VW/Mercedes camper perhaps. Complete with instructions.
Contact my parents to view or discuss.
Gary and Patricia Newport
ph 03 5288347

*Also advertised elsewhere.

Price: $400

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1 day ago

GARAGE SALE !!!!!!!

Ray from Richmond

Saturday 19 October @ Marlborough Crescent ,Richmond..
Signs out at 8-30 am...

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