How many converted Kia Carnival vehicles imported from Italy for NZ wheelchair users ?

Alastair Sloane made this Official Information request to Accident Compensation Corporation

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From: Alastair Sloane

Dear Accident Compensation Corporation,

Would you please provide answers to the following: How many converted Kia Carnival vehicles were bought in 2007-2008-2009 from Italian company 'KIVI mobility freedom' for use by wheelchair-bound New Zealanders? And how much did the NZ Government/ACC pay for the vehicles?

Yours faithfully,

Alastair Sloane

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Accident Compensation Corporation

Dear Mr Sloane


Thank you for your request for information regarding the number and cost
of Kia Carnival vehicles converted by Italian company KIVI Mobility


During 2007-2009 ACC purchased 40 Short Wheel Based (SWB) vehicles and 50
Long Wheel Based (LWB) vehicles.


The total purchase prices –including the vehicle purchase price and the
stage one modifications that were completed in Italy are as follows:


40 SWB vehicles: $3,583,986.29

50 LWB vehicles: $ 4,741,282.17


Thank you

ACC Government Services



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