This is a fabulous car which has been a good and faithful servant for me. It's a 2-litre, 4-speed tiptronic gearbox, all-wheel drive silver Subaru Legacy station wagon in very good all-round condition. It has an electric sun-roof and a fully compliant tow-bar. Registered till 01 July 2020 and WoF till August 2020. Tyres are nearly new. It has relatively high mileage (334k km) but virtually all of it has been South Island rural travel on bitumen roads, with almost zero stop-start commuting. I would have absolutely no qualms about jumping into it right now and driving to Invercargill. And back! Anyone who knows about Legacys know that they are extraordinarily competent open road vehicles with their low centre of gravity and symmetrical all-wheel drive. Everything works except the radio, but I just stream radio stations into the stereo through my phone. I've owned quite a lot of cars in my life and this one is definitely one of the very best. It has some very minor dings from the supermarket carpark and some paint blemishes from exposure to the sun and the impact of about a gazillion insects.
Call or text Ian on 027 490 2527.
Residents of Oakwoods Village are finding it increasingly difficult to turn right on to Lower Queen St as the traffic grows. They fear developments under way or in the pipeline are going to exacerbate the problem. Have you noticed an increase in congestion?
A community-lead forum, established with funding from the Nelson City Council, is launching at the end of February. Organisers hope to being together iwi, industry, and the rest of the community together to develop climate change strategies. What do you think of the forum? Will you go to the launch?
An upgrade of the Motueka Valley Highway-Olivers Rd intersection brings the proposed Kohatu motorsport and adventure park closer to the starting line. Do you think it will be good for the Nelson-Tasman region?