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  Reply # 1854738 29-Aug-2017 12:59
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Hope it goes up again this year.

 

Was really annoyed when it went down a few years ago, like, how are things going to get funded if I'm only paying a few bob?

 

I asked if I could top it up an amount to help and they operator looked at me like I was crazy.


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  Reply # 1854831 29-Aug-2017 15:04
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linw:

Just renewed our two regos. My 2009 Lancer Hatch was pretty much the same as last year at $79 ish but, interestingly, my wife's 2012 Swift went from $87 to $118. 


Are the hoons buying Swifts???



There seems to be something screwy about Swifts, on the Rightcar site the 2012 NZ new Swift ANCAP 5 STAR described as "Good" gets a band 2T rating totalling $118 but the estimate for an import Swift rated "Very Poor" is band 3T $99.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1854838 29-Aug-2017 15:14
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linw:

 

Just renewed our two regos. My 2009 Lancer Hatch was pretty much the same as last year at $79 ish but, interestingly, my wife's 2012 Swift went from $87 to $118. 

 

 

 

Are the hoons buying Swifts???

 



There seems to be something screwy about Swifts, on the Rightcar site the 2012 NZ new Swift ANCAP 5 STAR described as "Good" gets a band 2T rating totalling $118 but the estimate for an import Swift rated "Very Poor" is band 3T $99.

 

Interesting and seriously weird.

 

Thanks for that.


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