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Wellington is truly a city for wan­der­ers. Ex­plore the com­pact CBD on foot; park up the Honda HR-V RS and use it as your drop-off sta­tion be­tween des­ti­na­tions. The spa­cious boot has room for all your good­ies.


Whether you’re look­ing for a crisp de­signer shirt or a sleek dress for a show that even­ing, it’s hard to come away empty-handed a‡er stop­ping off at Caughley.

Pop your good­ies in the Honda HR-V’S sur­pris­ingly large boot, then nip over to the Art Sta­ble Gallery for your cul­ture fix.


Post-shop­ping, treat your­self to a well-de­served lunch at Pre­fab. A whole pizza to your­self? Good idea. A‡er­wards, perk your­self up with a cof­fee from Caffe L’af­fare; their flag­ship roast­ery has been around for 25 years, so you can be sure it’s a good brew.


All the world’s a stage, so why not see a play? It’s a lovely op­por­tu­nity to get dolled up and there’s al­ways some­thing won­der­ful on at Circa The­atre. Park the trusty HR-V in the Te Papa carpark; even if it’s a late night, you’ll be able to spot the or­ange hue eas­ily in the dark.


There ain’t no party like a spa party. Grab your ladies and book in for an a‡er­noon at Forme Spa. A man­i­cure, pedi­cure, fa­cial and back mas­sage in the heart of the bustling city – bliss! In the HR-V, there’s room for five.

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