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Saturday, 9th March 2024 - 11am - 2pm

Come on over to Turners Cars Timaru for an amazing fun-filled day!

Saturday, 9th March 2024. Come on over to Turners Cars Timaru for an amazing fun-filled day.

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Our Napier branch has moved!

Turners Cars Napier has moved to 31 Pandora Road. Come in and check out our new site - sell us your car, buy one, trade in - or get finance!

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We’re stoked!

As voted by you – we are once again proud to be NZ’s most trusted used vehicle dealership.  We’ve sold over 1 million cars to happy Kiwi’s through our dedication to making it easy for our customers.  

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1000's of Quality Cars for Sale

Turners Cars is the largest used car network in New Zealand with 20 car dealer locations nationwide. With a huge range of around 3,000 cars for sale (and another 1,500 being prepared for sale at any one time) there is truly something for everyone. We’ve been helping Kiwis buy and sell used cars for over 50 years. And if you want car finance or car insurance, we can sort that out for you as well.

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Branch Westgate Cars
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06 Mar
10:00AM
Branch Wellington Damaged Vehicles
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06 Mar
12:00PM
Branch Whangarei
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06 Mar
12:30PM
Branch Porirua Cars
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06 Mar
04:30PM
Branch Dunedin
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06 Mar
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