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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 almost 60 years. And if you want car finance or car insurance, we can sort that out for you as well.

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