About ENERGY MOTORS ISUZU
Here at Energy Motors Isuzu we are like no other. As a company we have celebrated over 80 years in New Plymouth, Making us part of the oldest Motor Vehicle dealerships in Taranaki. We also have near new demonstrators and brand new Isuzu Utes to choose from. Each of our friendly sales staff is able to assist you with your next vehicle purchase, from trading in your current vehicle to arranging finance from no deposit and tailoring extended warranties to suit your new vehicle.
Supported by Isuzu Utes NZ our fully equipped mechanical workshop will keep your new vehicle in top shape, with state of the art Isuzu diagnostic computers and fully trained technicians we can cater to all of your motoring needs. Contact friendly team today by calling in or arrange one of our team to come to you. And yes we can deliver any where in New Zealand, we will endeavour to match or better any comparative deal.
Address: Corner of Gill St and Eliot St
Phone: 06 759 8070
Monday to Friday - 9am to 5pm
Saturday - 9am to 1pm
Sunday - closed
MEET THE ENERGY MOTORS ISUZU TEAM
SHAUN BIESIEK - DEALER PRINCIPaL
Shaun has been in the car industry since he was 21, selling used imports and Managing small teams. In the past 8 years, before joining Energy Motors he ran his own Finance Business specialising in Motor Vehicle finance. Shaun is also serving his fourth term as a Councillor on the New Plymouth District Council.
Mike Garrett - Sales Manager
HI I'm Mike Garrett I have been in the motor Industry for over 15 years and love the challenges it presents
meeting new people and assisting them through the buying process of the vehicle that suits their needs
I moved to the Hyundai/Isuzu brand/s just over a year ago and am very happy with the move as the range of product is awesome
Outside of work I enjoy travel and spending time with family and friends enjoying the great café and restaurant's the Naki and further afield have to offer
Belinda Dally - Sales
Belinda has loved and worked in the Automotive Industry for the last 15 years, much of that time in Parts & Service, but now enjoying the Sales side of the business. Outside of work she is a keen Martial Artist, custom Cake Designer, and very family oriented, spending most of her time with her Partner and their 3 kids.
Energy City Isuzu Proudly Supports
TARANAKI COMMUNITY RESCUE HELICOPTER
Energy Motors Isuzu are proud to be a corporate sponsor of the Taranaki Community Rescue Helicopter.
Founded in 1992, the Taranaki Rescue Helicopter Trust was established to provide a rapid response rescue helicopter service for the province. Prior to this helicopters had been available in the region for emergency call outs, but they had not fulfilled the role of an air ambulance. Initially the Trust utilised a helicopter that was available on a semi-dedicated basis, resulting in the helicopter being called away from its current task when an emergency arose. However, it quickly become apparent that a machine solely dedicated to rescue work was required in 1999, the decision was made to invest in a 100% dedicated air ambulance, search and rescue helicopter. Coming onboard as a major sponsor, Taranaki Electricity Trust, made this upgrade possible. A hangar was constructed at Taranaki Base Hospital.By 2003, a helicopter upgrade was required and the Trust shifted to an AS 355 F1 Squirrel, allowing for a greater payload to be carried. This was followed by the Trust purchasing a helicopter in 2007, an Agusta Westland Koala 119.CAA’s enforcement of rules preventing single-engine helicopters from operating in and out of hospitals in urban areas required the Trust to review its current fleet, as a compromise could not be reached with CAA.March 2011 saw a second-hand twin-engine Agusta 109 Power purchased which arrived in August 2011 after being fitted with necessary medical communication radios, a DZM system and meeting NZ Certification.Taranaki Rescue Helicopter Trust has now had a helicopter in the air for twenty one years and is flying 200-250 hours of rescue missions per year. Taranaki is a dynamic and diverse area, offering a playground of attractions and activities. These same attractions can become major hurdles for emergency services and the rescue helicopter works collaboratively with others to reduce these hurdles