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05 MITSUBISHI 380 LX
3.8ltr, Auto/Tip Tronic, A/C, NZ New,Tow bar, Cruise, E/
Sunroof, 6 CD in dash, Alloys, 84,000kms. Stunning Vehicle!
01 MAZDA FAMILIA
2.0ltr,Auto, Alloys, Stereo CD, Body Kit, P/S, E/W.
Awesome looker! Was $9,995
2.5ltr, Auto, Stereo,Twin air bags, C/Lock, A/C, E/W, P/S,
BetterValue! 96,000kms.Was $8,995
01 NISSAN PRIMERA
2.0ltr, Sedan, Auto, Stereo CD, Twin air bags, C/Lock,
Alloys, Stunning Looker! Was $10,995
00 LEXUS IS200
06 HOLDEN COMMODORE SV6
3.6ltr,Auto, 5 Speed paddle shift, Alloys, NZ New,Tow bar,
Stereo CD, A/C, P/S.Was $17,995
04 MAZDA BONGO
1.8ltr, 5 Speed manual, Stereo, Drivers air bag, E/W,
HandyVan, 98,000kms.Was $9,995
2.5ltr,Auto,Twin air bags, Stereo, 4WD, NZ New,
Tow bar.Was $6,995
01 SUZUKI GRAND VITARA 96 BMW 323
Better Value $5,995
2.5ltr, Auto, Alloys, Tow Bar, E/W, P/S,.
1.5ltr, 7 Speed CVT Auto, Stereo, CD, Twin air bags,
C/Lock, E/W, 77,000kms. Smooth to drive! Was $10,995
03 HONDA FIT
08 FORD FOCUS
2.4ltr, Auto, 7 seater, Stereo CD, Alloys, P/S, E/W.
95 NISSAN LARGO
4.5ltr, 24 Valve Petrol, Snorkel, 5 seater, 4WD, Stereo, CD,
Tow bar, Winch, Alloys, 2WD kit.Was $13,995
93 TOYOTA LANDCRUISER
4.0ltr,Auto, NZ New,Tow bar, E/W, P/S, Stereo CD,
Twin air bags.Was $10,995
01 FORD FALCON XR6
02 HOLDEN COMMODORE
3.8ltr, Auto, Sports Bar, Partial leather, 17" HSV Alloys,
Tow Bar, Cruise,Tints. Awesome looker! Was $14,995
3.0ltr, Auto, Alloys, Stereo,Twin air bags, C/lock, E/W, P/S,
Lovely to drive! Was $12,995
00 BMW 330
1.3ltr, 5 Door Hatch, Auto,Twin air bags,Alloys, E/W, P/S,
89,000kms. Economical Motoring! Was $9995
03 DAIHATSU SIRION
1.0ltr, 3 Door Hatch,Auto, Stereo CD, Twin air bags, C/lock,
P/S, Economical Motoring! Was $7,995
00 TOYOTA VITZ
2.3ltr, 5 Door Auto, 2WD, Stereo, 4 air bags, C/Lock, E/W,
A/C, P/S, 76,000kms. Ex condition.Was $15,995
05 MAZDA TRIBUTE
03 MAZDA RX8
1.3ltr, Rotary, 5 Speed manual,Alloys, CD Stacker,A/C, E/W,
76000kms Ex condition.Was $15,995
2.0ltr,Auto, Stereo, CD, NZ New, 4 Air bags, C/lock, E/W,
P/S,A/C, Ex Condition 23000kms.Was $18,995
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Clean slate for Wgtn Lions
In charge: Coach Andre Bell is directing operations for Wellington this season.
By CALLUM TOWNSEND
The Hurricanes' horror run this
season will not put off a promising
Wellington Lions side, new coach
Andre Bell promised this week.
Hurricanes players were excited
to return to the Lions, Bell said,
as a matter of provincial pride.
He had spoken to all the
Hurricanes crossovers, and
expected them to lead by example.
The star-studded Hurricanes'
camp was fraught with problems
this season and coach Mark
Hammett eventually told All
Blacks Ma'a Nonu and Andrew
Hore they would not be required
The team failed to reach the
Bell said the team culture was
different in a franchise, because
players were drawn from a wider
Being purely a Wellington side
was an advantage in creating a
better atmosphere in the Lions
It's about the environment you
If you create a really open
environment . . . you're going to
get the best out of everybody,''
He was confident the Lions
squad had a range of emerging
players to draw on. The team will
be bolstered by the last-minute
away victory against the Mana-
watu Turbos last week.
The result was a real positive
for a side that included many
young, inexperienced players, Bell
Particular names to watch for
were rising academy players Reg
Goodes and Jeff Allen, and Joe
Latta and Christian Lloyd also
earned honourable mentions.
The lack of ball in the Turbos
game was a worry for Bell, but he
was happy the Lions' defence
responded to the challenge. It was
the Lions' first win against the
Turbos in the past four attempts.
It is questionable how much of
an advantage playing at the
stadium will be for the Lions.
The stadium has become a for-
tress for the Phoenix football
team, but Bell said many teams in
the ITM Cup had no trouble win-
ning away from home.
Although the Lions were deter-
mined to perform in Wellington,
the home advantage could be a
double-edged sword, he said.
[There is] a lot more pressure
when you're at home; you're
expected to win.''
Bell appeared confident the
Lions would be able to shrug off
that pressure, and be strong con-
tenders for this year's title.
Bell is entering his first full
season as coach after taking over
from previous coach Jamie Joseph
The Lions reached the semi-
finals in 2010 and lost 51-47 to
Canterbury in a high-scoring
Wellington's first national
championship match this season
is on July 16, against Taranaki at
Yarrow Stadium, New Plymouth.
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