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GBZ217: 2011 Hyundai IX35

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Not Reported stolen: (Last checked 13 days ago) Free check now Limitations of the Stolen Vehicle Check Stolen vehicle information listed here is a snapshot of data taken from the Police Vehicle of Interest database and is updated three times per day. Click here to read more

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Available Information

  1. Security found. Money is owed on this car
  2. The WOF will expire in 3 days (29/04/2018)
  3. The license (rego) will expire in 8 days (04/05/2018)
  4. This report was created on 12/04/2018
  5. This car has not been reported stolen and is not wanted by the police
  6. This car's odometer is reliable (at last inspection)
  7. This car was not imported damaged
  8. This car has no known fire or water damage upon import
  9. This car has had 4 New Zealand owners
  10. Current registered owner: Information withheld

Car Details

  • Make: HYUNDAI
  • Model: IX35
  • Year: 2011
  • Submodel: 2.0 2WD A6
  • Main colour: Silver
  • Vehicle type: Passenger Car/Van
  • Body style: Station Wagon
  • No of seats: 5
  • Chassis: Unknown
  • Engine no: G4KDBU386330
  • VIN: KMHJT81BMBU311521
  • License plate: GBZ217
  • Plate type: Standard
  • CC rating: 1,998
  • Transmission: 6-gear automatic
  • Fuel type: Petrol
  • Power: 122kW
  • Assembly: Imported Built-Up
  • Country of origin: South Korea
  • Gross vehicle mass: 1,995kg
  • No of axles: 2
  • First Registration: NZ

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Most recent odometer reading (Kilometres):
147496
Estimated odometer reading (Kilometres):
147496
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Security Interests

There is a matching security interest registered against this vehicle. Please note that security interest can be registered on a vehicle using either the Plate, the VIN or the Chassis number; this can sometimes lead to incorrect warnings about security. Please double check the details below very carefully.

1 Found
  1. Expires: 2021, Apr 18
    Status: Registered
    Registered on: 2016, Apr 18
    Classification: Current financing statement
    Collateral (interest for)
    • Hyundai IX35 2011 GBZ217 Silver 2011 Hyundai IX35
      Colour: Silver, Plate: GBZ217, VIN: KMHJT81BMBU311521, Chassis: KMHJT81BMBU311521
    Secured party (interested party)
    • Community Financial Services Limited (karen@cfsmoney.co.nz, phone: +64 9 5803033, fax: 5803063)2-4 Sultan Street, Ellerslie, Auckland, NZPo Box 11-096, Ellerslie, Auckland, NZ

      Person acting is Karen Evanskaren@cfsmoney.co.nz, phone: +64 9 5803033, fax: +64 (9) 58030632-4 Sultan Street, Ellerslie, Auckland, NZPo Box 11-096, Ellerslie, Auckland, NZ
    Debtor
    • Private individual - Information withheld

    • Private individual - Information withheld

Economy, Safety and Pollution

Transmission: 6-gear automatic
  • 4 / 6
    Economy
  • 4 / 6
    Carbon emissions
  • 5 / 5
    Driver safety
  • 4 / 6
    Pollutants

Estimated Fuel Cost

Day:
$6.52*
Week:
$46*
Year:
$2,380*
Fuel economy
8.5L / 100KM
*Cost per year based on price per litre of petrol $2.00 and an average distance of 14000 km Click here to download the fuelsaver label

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Warnings - 1 Found
  1. Security (money owed) found
GBZ217

Plates history

Plate Date
GBZ217 2011, Oct 4

License (Rego) Vehicle Licensing Vehicle licensing is the regular process through which you pay a fee to use your vehicle on public roads. The fee helps to pay for roading projects and road safety programmes. Licensing is not the same as registration – which is where you’re issued with your number plates.

You have to licence your vehicle regularly – at least annually – and you must display a current licence label on your windscreen.
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  • Expires: 4/05/2018
  • Last issued: 3/01/2018
  • Type: Licence
  • Continuous license: Yes

Warrant of Fitness Getting a warrant of fitness A warrant of fitness (WoF) is a regular check that your vehicle meets required safety standards, at the time of inspection. It’s your job to keep your vehicle in warrantable condition at all times. For example, while tyres on your vehicle may pass on the day of your warrant inspection, you’ll need to replace them as soon as the tread gets to the minimum depth. If you wait until the next inspection before replacing them, you increase your risk of having a crash or receiving a fine. Click here to read more

  • WOF expires: 29/04/2018
  • Last inspection: 29/04/2017 (Passed)

Registration Vehicle Registration Registration is generally a one-off process that officially recognises you as the person legally responsible for your vehicle. It’s not the same as vehicle licensing – which is where you pay a fee for using public roads.

When a vehicle is registered the NZTA add its details to the Motor Vehicle Register and issue its registration plates.

If your vehicle is not correctly registered or is unregistered, you could receive a fine or infringement. Click here to read more

  • Status: Active
  • Usage: Private Passenger
  • First NZ registration: 4/10/2011
  • Last NZ registration: 4/10/2011

Road user charges About RUC Anyone using New Zealand’s roads contributes towards their upkeep. Most road users pay levies in the prices of their fuel. Others, such as drivers of light diesel vehicles and diesel-powered heavy vehicles like trucks, pay through road user charges (RUC). Click here to read more

  • Subject to RUC: No