December 2006
Company Vehicle;Dec2006, p40
The article reports on the outcome of the 2006 Energywise Rally held in November in New Zealand. The rally covered an estimated 1600 kilometers in a week. The events from Day 1 through Day 3 are described. Companies that participated in the rally are Honda New Zealand and Hyundai New Zealand among others. Featured at the rally are two hybrid vehicles, one demonstration class biodiesel, one liquified petroleum gas, one ethanol and petrol vehicles. The winners are listed.


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