Mag & Turbo Dunedin
Phone: +64 3455 8590
Tyres Brands: Falken, GT Radial, Kumho, Nexen, Nankang, Nitto, Pirelli, Toyo.
Address: 449 Anderson Bay Road, Dunedin
Opening Hours: Monday to Friday: 08:00 – 17:30, Saturday: 09:00–13:00, Sunday: Close.
About Mag & Turbo Dunedin
Mag and Turbo is a 100% New Zealand company with more than 20 years in the local market, and it is mainly focused on the sale of wheels, tyres, 4WD lifts kits, suspension and accessories for your vehicle (Cars, SUV or 4×4 light trucks).
Its smart marketing strategy together with its beautiful stores and franchise support, has resulted in the company today have 18 stores throughout the country.
Mag and Turbo started in 1993, today its main advantages that stand out in the industry are its friendly and highly trained staff, its wide variety of brands in wheels and tyres. Its attractive stores have a showroom, waiting room and excellent visibility so that the customer can see how they are progressing with the work on their vehicle.
Today the company has locations in Whangarei, Auckland Northshore, Auckland Ponsonby, Auckland Henderson, Auckland New Lynn, Auckland Lunn Ave, Auckland Manukau, Hamilton, Tauranga, Rotorua, Hastings, Palmerston North, Lower Hutt, Porirua, Nelson, Blenheim, Christchurch and Dunedin.
Dunedin City. Dunedin is the southern city of New Zealand. Known as Edinburgh of New Zealand, it prides itself on its Scottish heritage. Surrounded by impressive hills and situated at the foot of a sprawling harbor, Dunedin is one of the best preserved cities with Victorian and Edwardian heritage in the southern hemisphere.
The accommodation is good and there is an abundance, as are its natural attractions. In nearby Dunedin, you’ll discover incredible wildlife, including the world’s most exotic penguins, and at Cape Taiaroa, the only land-based breeding colony of the royal albatross.
Continue south a bit and you will reach the Southern Scenic Route, a must see on the South Island that skirts the natural coastline to Invercargill and then continues northwest to Manapouri and Te Anau.
Dunedin is the second largest city on the South Island of New Zealand, after Christchurch. It is a beautiful, enchanted place, with a lot of young life compared to the other cities and towns on the island. This is because there is the University of Otago, which receives people from all over the country.
There are an estimated 97.000 vehicles in Dunedin, which means there are 486.000 tyres in this city.
Dunedin is located in the bay of Otago which runs along the end of the South Island. The primary industries that stand out are engineering, software engineering, biotechnology and fashion thanks to the classes given at the University of Otago. This city was built with the richness of the gold rush, so it stands out for its extensive Edwardian and Victorian architecture in the area. Sheep and cattle are raised in the surroundings.
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Nitto Tires History
Nitto Tires produces one of the most unique tyre designs for almost every performance category. This includes on-road, off-road, rally racing, quarter-races, drifting, or luxury touring. Nitto Tires has practically a tyre for every specific need of yours. A prominent type in their range of tyres is the Nitto Grappler Tire. This tyre was designed for trucks and SUVs ranging from highway cruiser vehicles to extreme off-road applications.
The Nitto Motivo, Neogen, INVO and NT series are designs that span across all four seasons and apply to almost every vehicle on the road. While some of the tyres are for street performance, others are made for quiet passenger comfort and still others are for winter performance driving. Nitto racing tyres are another in the series that undergo extreme performance and, in many cases, are not legally allowed on the street.
Nitto Tires was formed as a small company in Japan in 1949 and has been a low-profile tyre manufacturing business entity for a considerable period. When it comes to the big names in tyres around the world, manufacturers like Bridgestone, Michelin, Goodyear, Continental and Sumitomo quickly come to mind. Nitto Tires was finally acquired in 1979 by Toyo Tires, and since then it has continued to experience many ups and downs at the company in its operations. In the mid-1990s, the company’s operations practically ceased to exist in its home country of Japan. Still, they continued to prosper in the United States, where demand for tyres continues to see steady increases.
As a result of this modest success story in the United States, Toyo Tires considers Nitto Tires to be an all-American business organization. Since 2000, when Nitto Tires top management undertook a complete reorganization that saw the company shake off the ashes to emerge once again as a startup.
Today Nitto Tires has production facilities spread across the United States, China, Malaysia and Japan, producing all-terrain, high-performance and luxury tyres and selling the same everywhere. Nitto Tires’ success story is widely believed to have been underlined by its deep involvement of online marketing and social media in its marketing operations with more than 11 million followers on Facebook alone.
Nitto Tires currently has around two dozen tyre models that ensure there is a tyre for every trip. The use of computer-aided tyre design, rigorous testing procedures, and a large volume of consumer feedback also contributed to the company’s rise. Nitto Tires gives you more speed, more traction, less drag, better handling and more comfort.
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