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• By Samantha Mythen

A HEATHCOTE coffee outlet is

making its bid to the city council

in the next few days to stay open.

Upshot Coffee co-owners

Megan Geels and Justin Good

said they are now in a position

to submit a resource consent

application this week so they can

keep trading past the end of the

month.

They have been working with a

Resource Management Act lawyer

and planner on the application to

the city council.

Geels and Good were thrown

a financial lifeline by Redcliffs

resident and semi-retired land development

consultant, David Fox,

who paid $10,000 to help with the

application.

“We would have struggled to get

as far as we have without David’s

support,” said Good.

“He has been so generous with

not only his money but also his

time and knowledge. We are so

lucky.”

Said Fox: “Urban design is

about people, property and places.

Upshot Coffee is an iconic site

with personality, charm and vitality

that is loved by the Heathcote

community. More than 2000

people have signed a petition to

keep them open.”

• Turn to page 7

COMMUNITY HUB: Upshot Coffee co-owners Megan Geels and Justin Good will submit a resource consent application to

the city council this week to stay open.

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are finally making progress on

staying open.

The coffee shop has been

operating under post quake

planning rules but the city

council is now making

temporary type of premises

like Upshot get resource

consent.

For many like Upshot that

will mean complying with

building standards, and along

with the expensive resource

consent fees, that means a lot

cost.

Upshot owners Megan

Geels and Justin Good told

Bay Harbour News they are

now in a position to submit

a resource consent to the city

council this week.

Redcliffs resident and

semi-retired development

consultant, David Fox, has

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NEWS 3

In Brief

• By Samantha Mythen

COMMUNITY groups will

benefit from thousands of

dollars granted by the Banks

Peninsula Community Board.

The board granted money

to 14 community groups from

across Banks Peninsula, during

a meeting at the end of August.

The community groups applied

for this funding under the

community board’s Strengthening

Communities Fund for the

2021-2022 period.

The largest grant approved is

for $17,000 to the Little River

Wairewa Community Trust towards

trust wages and the Banks

Peninsula Walking Festival.

A grant of $15,000 was also

approved for the Lyttelton Recreation

Centre Trust. The funds

would go towards wages for the

centre’s facility manager.

The Diamond Harbour Youth

and Community Trust will benefit

from a $9000 grant towards

wages for non-school contact,

materials, training and administration

by their programme

coordinator.

Other grants which stand to

be approved include:

• $7000 to the Lyttelton Information

and Resource Centre

Trust towards the Lyttelton Review

production and associated

costs.

• $7000 to Loons Club for

Worthy groups get grants

wages and operational costs.

• $6000 to the Lyttelton Historical

Museum Society towards

wages for the enlivening London

St project.

• $4500 to the Akaroa Community

Arts Council towards

its operational costs such as

co-ordinator wages, accounting,

web hosting, marketing costs

and stationery consumables.

• $4500 to the Akaroa

Heritage Festival Society for a

production and stage manager,

and master of ceremonies.

• $4000 to Akaroa District

Promotions Inc. towards

Lumiere d’Akaroa lighting and

installation costs.

• $4000 to the Little River

Craft Station towards Little River

Information Station services

for wages and operational costs.

• $4000 to the Living Streams

Community Nursery Trust for

wages and operational costs of

the nursery.

• $2611 to the Little River

FUNDING: The Banks

Peninsula Walking

Festival and the Lyttelton

Recreation Centre are two

of 14 groups receiving

grants from the Banks

Peninsula Community

Board.

Support Group for the Little

River Community Pool project

for caretaker wages.

• $1750 to the Banks Peninsula

Community Board towards

Banks Peninsula Anzac Day

Services for Diamond Harbour,

Little River and Akaroa.

• $1000 to the Royal New

Zealand Plunket Trust for venue

hire for the Lyttel Tumblers

programme.

ROAD NAME CHANGE

McRea’s Rd in Takamatua will

be changed to McRaes Rd to

reflect the correct spelling of the

late Lawrence McRae whom the

road is understood to be named

after. The city council received a

request from McRae’s daughter Jan

McRae for the correction, a change

that was approved by the Banks

Peninsula Community Board on

Monday. Lawrence McRae was a

former councillor for both Akaroa

County Council and also Wairewa

County Council.

SCHOOL FUNDRAISER

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$955.78 surpassing their $500

goal, for the Cancer Society as

part of this year’s Daffodil Day.

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Checkpoint

turns around

15 vehicles

• By Samantha Mythen

A POLICE checkpoint between

Ferrymead and Sumner worked to

make sure people were following

alert level 3 restrictions.

A checkpoint was set up by Ferry

Rd and Main Rd to ensure people

were complying with the lockdown

rules last Friday.

Canterbury road policing manager

Inspector Natasha Rodley​ said 15

cars were turned around for undertaking

travel that was not permitted

under the level 3 restrictions.

“People generally had good reasons

for travelling, but we remind

people that exercise should be done

locally and travel only for accessing

essential services or essential work,”

Rodley said.

Officers did not count the number

of cars that went through the

checkpoint. Police were present for

around 30min.

The checkpoint was part of ongoing

work in Canterbury and across

wider New Zealand to ensure that

people are aware of and are complying

with alert level restrictions.

As Christchurch is under level

2 restrictions from today and

travel restrictions are eased, police

would like to remind people to

refresh themselves with new rules,

especially regarding scanning in

using the NZ Covid Tracer QR and

mask-wearing.

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Call for more smart bins

in community spaces

• By Samantha Mythen

NEW SMART bins have been

installed around Christchurch’s

community parks and public

spaces, however, the Sumner

community say they need more.

The village saw many visitors

over the weekend, which resulted

in overflowing bins along

the esplanade.

The Sumner Community

Residents’ Association said the

“new smart bins are excellent

but there are not enough of

them.”

“They were not up to the

challenge,” said the association

on the Sumner NZ Facebook

group.

It is keenly aware of the coming

summer months, which

will draw more people to the

beaches, resulting in more rubbish.

They are in the process of

requesting two additional bins

from the city council.

One of the current smart bins

had a broken sensor and will be

replaced.

Said Sumner Hub co-ordinator

Charlie Hudson: “There are

gaps where bins should be

. . . they need to be more spaced

out and accessible, especially in

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After a busy

weekend

in Sumner

saw bins

overflowing,

the Sumner

Community

Residents’

Association

are hoping for

more.

areas where people are leaving

Sumner.”

The smart bins have a larger

capacity and sensor technology

which provides the city council’s

maintenance contractor

with daily data on how full each

bin is.

The data means the contractor

only needs to send crews

out to empty the bins when required,

saving time and money.

The smart bins were trialled

in the Botanic Gardens, Hagley

Park, Akaroa and other popular

parks and attractions prior to

being rolled out city-wide from

June.

NEWS 5

New date soon

for talk from

sailing identity

• By Samantha Mythen

RENOWNED SAILOR and

broadcaster Peter Lester will be

visiting Lyttelton as a fundraiser

for St John.

Lester, who lived in Lyttelton,

was set to speak this month, but

the event was postponed due to

uncertainty over Covid-19 lockdown

restrictions.

A new date will be advertised

soon.

The fundraising event will be

hosted by the Lyttelton Rotary

club.

Rotary member Barry Toomey

said Lester will “speak on his life

and achievements including not

long ago returning from being a

commentator at the Olympics in

Japan.”

“He is a Lyttelton boy, born and

bred here, who has done great.”

Lester has competed in America’s

Cup three times and he was

also the winner of the OK Dinghy

junior and open world championships

in the 1970s.

Toomey said the group is

fundraising for St John Lyttelton

as it “wants to support its

community.”

Rotary meetings are held in the

St John office.

Phone Lyttelton Rotary

president Ingrid Thomas on

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THE GREEN fire break in

Drayton Reserve has been

completed, with more than 800

native trees planted by local

volunteers.

For the past four months,

members of the Drayton Reserve

Volunteers group have been

working in rain or shine to plant

low-flammable native species for

the first 10m below residential

properties.

A large vegetation fire in January

decimated the gully between

Mt Pleasant and Redcliffs. The

fire threatened houses and about

500 sq m of vegetation was

destroyed.

Six firefighting crews and two

helicopters were involved in

extinguishing the blaze, which

was contained after about three

hours.

“The area will retard any

future fire that might occur in

the reserve as it approaches the

houses,” said the group’s co-ordinator

Dave Bryce.

“We have been planting native

species of low-flammability, with

a combination of fleshy leaves

and low levels of sap or resin.”

Now the fire break has been

completed, the volunteer group

will continue with infill work

and has 350 seedlings to plant in

the reserve’s burnt area.

Bryce also said he is working

to eliminate stormwater

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Planting of 800 native trees

completes green fire break

PROTECTION:

Drayton Reserve

volunteers have

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green fire

break. Dave

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co-ordinate

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discharge, which is causing

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Wednesday September 8 2021 Bay Harbour News

NEWS 7

‘Frustrating process’

• From page 1

Good said he thought they had

a good case for consent being

granted. But they will have to

bring the site up to building code.

“I do believe the city plan provides

scope for us to be provided

consent,” he said.

“The city plan should not be a

rigid document that doesn’t allow

for changes that support the

community.”

Upshot Coffee has been operating

with a temporary accommodation

licence under the Greater

Christchurch Regeneration Act.

However, the legislation expired

in June, meaning the cafe’s

licence also became void that

month.

The city council compliance

team since agreed to non-enforcement

until September 30, allowing

the coffee shop to operate

until the end of the month.

While the resource consent

is being processed, the owners

are hoping to get an extension

of non-enforcement from the

city council’s compliance team,

meaning the coffee shop could

stay open longer. They are currently

negotiating for this.

“This is a frustrating process

but we are committed to continue

operating here in the valley,” said

Good.

The Greater Christchurch

Regeneration Act was created to

allow businesses displaced by the

February 22, 2011, earthquake to

operate out of temporary

homes.

Businesses can apply for specific

resource consents relevant

to their trading area, in order to

stay open.

City council head of resource

consents John Higgins said about

80 out of the 950 businesses

granted temporary accommodation

permits after the

earthquakes have applied for new

resource consents to continue

operations.

Upshot Coffee has been operating

in Heathcote since 2005.

It has operated at the Heathcote

Valley riding school since the

earthquake damaged its original

premise.

Heathcote residents call Upshot

Coffee their community hub and

are eager for it to stay.

“The support we have received

so far is incredibly humbling,”

said Geels.

“It almost brings me to tears.”

Jack Fletcher has lived in

Heathcote for three years.

“Local cafes add flavour and

culture to a neighbourhood, and

Upshot is such a great example of

this. It’s super busy there in the

weekends with cyclists and local

families, and the outlook over

the Heathcote horse paddocks is

beautiful,’’ he said.

“It’s been such a shame to

lose this local gathering place,

which contributes so much to the

Heathcote vibe.”

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Opening up a new world with wheels

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• By Samantha Mythen

A COUPLE with a passion for

roller skating are sharing their

love of the sport.

Long-time skaters Laurie

Brunot and her partner, Benjamin

Gellie are both from France

but they have found their home

on a boat at Te Ana Marina in

Lyttelton.

They have lived in New

Zealand for six years, three of

those spent living on Lyttelton

Harbour.

Brunot works as a baker and

patisserie chef. They both work

at Vic’s Bakehouse.

Outside of creating delicious

buttery treats, Brunot and Gellie

will be found teaching people

how to skate, whether it’s freestyle,

recreational or roller derby.

Brunot picked up skating at

three years old after “falling in

love” with her nanny’s daughter.

She said she wanted to “be just

like her,” with a “little girl’s awe.”

“Whatever sport she did, I

would have picked up,” Brunot

said.

“It just happened to be roller

skating.”

Although the daughter

stopped skating, Brunot continued

on with the sport.

Now 31, she has been skating

for more than 25 years.

Gellie has also been skating

since he was a child.

“For me, I started it as a

commute sport. It’s good for you

like running but it doesn’t put a

strain on your knees or back,” he

said.

“It’s a great way to stay sharp.”

For Brunot, achieving new

skills and working on skating

techniques, such as jumping

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

and landing, has made the sport

“addictive.”

“It’s such a great feeling

when you can skate efficiently,”

she said, loving the motion of

skating.

Previously, Brunot trained as

a figure skater on quad skates,

competing in events around the

world.

“You trained for hours

and hours and hours, just to

PASSION:

Couple Laurie

Brunot and

Benjamin

Gellie have

been skating

on eight

wheels since

they were

children,

taking part in

figure skating

and roller

hockey.

master six to seven jumps,” she

said.

“But the sport draws you in.

You have to be a little bit psycho

in this world as you must strive

for perfection.”

It was only once moving to

New Zealand that she tried out

roller derby, joining the Dead

End Derby team and then the

Ōtautahi Rollers.

“It is really cool to work on

strategy in a team,” she said.

Quickly finding out she was

a natural at the volatile and aggressive

sport, was also quite “a

boost to her ego.”

As a member of Dead End

Derby, Brunot and her team were

undefeated in New Zealand for

two years.

Gellie took part in roller hockey

and freestyle competitions

growing up.

After receiving several injuries,

he decided to take up coaching,

travelling with his teams around

the world, winning several European

championships.

Gellie continued coaching after

they moved to New Zealand.

“When Laurie said she wanted

to move to New Zealand, I

thought why not? It will be a

good challenge,” he said.

He helped coach Brunot and

Dead End Derby.

“I didn’t know a lot about roller

derby but I spent a lot of time

watching the best team in the

world on Youtube and went from

there,” he said.

“We had lots of fun, and as

well as the coaching helping

improve my English, we were

undefeated for a few years.”

Brunot has been a skating

coach since she was 16.

She said during her skating

career, she received so much help

and guidance, ever since she has

“wanted to give back” and pay it

forward.

“It’s my duty to give back the

love of roller skating.”

Brunot helps coach children

for roller derby.

Training young people is her

favourite part of skating.

“When they learn to do a new,

cool thing, they come up to me

and are so happy to show me this

new thing, and knowing that I’ve

helped with that makes me so

happy,” she said.

The couple helped to start

the junior derby league in

Christchurch.

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NEWS 11

The spirit of skating

is about having fun

• From page 8

There are now more

than 40 junior skaters now

under their guidance.

“The goal is to build team

spirit and have fun, focusing

on active play over the

competition,” she said.

Brunot believes this

is why Ōtautahi Rollers

is so successful, offering

different classes for everyone

of all ages and simply

encouraging everyone to

try skating.

Their oldest member

is 70, and they play roller

derby.

“Everyone is welcome, no

matter your age or who you

are,” she said.

“This makes skating

different from other sports.

With roller skating, your

competition is yourself.

You succeed at your own

time.”

For the couple, the spirit

of skating is about having

fun.

“I love coaching and

sharing my knowledge,”

Gellie said.

“It’s so nice to see kids

and adults improve and be

independent on skates.”

As a coach, Brunot said

her goal is for people to just

be happy while on skates.

She is continually

working to improve her

own skills, taking part in

coaching boot camps run

by the New Zealand roller

derby team.

The Ōtautahi Rollers

received a grant from the

city council last year to

buy more skates as it was

finding their classes were

becoming so popular there

were never enough skates

for everyone.

After establishing this

connection with the city

council, this year, the

Ōtautahi Rollers have been

granted a lease over a speed

skating rink built in the 70s

in Hornby.

Roller skating is becoming

increasingly popular

around the globe.

“During the worldwide

lockdowns, people were

looking for activities they

could do by themselves and

skating is the perfect activity

for that,” Brunot said.

“It’s also non-traditional

and something different,

fun.”

Since the nationwide

lockdown last year, Brunot

and Gellie have personally

been receiving numerous

requests from schools,

community groups, and

businesses to run skating

classes.

Brunot helped bring

together a group of roller

skating enthusiasts based

in Lyttelton this year.

A local mother contacted

her in March and asked for

her help with creating the

group and Lyttelton Rollers

was established.

Unfortunately, the Rollers

had to disband in April

as they had venue issues.

“There were more than

40 people who showed interest

in the group,” Brunot

said.

“Young kids right up to

age 60 who just wanted to

be active and skate.”

The first skills Brunot

teaches while coaching

often seem the most complicated

and intimidating.

“We teach about why you

fall, how to jump, and then

how to skate backwards,”

she said.

Although most people

are “scared,” to try jumping

and say to Brunot they will

“never learn,” they always

succeed under her coaching

and encouragement.

Te Ana Marina is “really

good for skating,” and

Brunot said they had seen

many local children out

practising on skates there

this lockdown.

Once you are confident

on skates, you can go anywhere.

Prior to the “dramatic

downsizing of their lives”

and moving their home to

a boat, Brunot said she had

never sailed before.

“But moving to the boat

was natural for me. It’s so

much simpler. I’ll probably

not go back to a house,” she

said.

“We are also a little bit

gypsy so it makes sense.”

Anne Mortimer from

Heathcote Valley began

skating five years ago. She

helps with fundraising and

marketing for the Ōtautahi

Rollers, working closely

POISE: Laurie Brunot

competed around the

world in figure skating

on quad skates. She’s

since found a love for

roller derby.

with Gellie and Brunot.

“I thought skating would

be fun to pick up and so

I bought some skates on

Trade Me, then they sat in

the garage for a few years,”

she said.

With guidance from

Brunot, Mortimer found a

passion for skating.

She originally tried out

the sport with “strap-on

skates,” when she was

young.

Her two children, 11 and

14, take part in roller derby

and love skating.

“I love seeing the kids

skate, they’re so fearless,”

she said.

Mortimer greatly admires

Brunot and Gellie’s

coaching style.

“They inspire fun, with

the main focus just enjoying

being on skates rather

than on competition,” she

said.

Of Gellie’s coaching,

Mortimer said he really

appeals to children as he

is both laid-back but also

encouraging in a way that

inspires the children to

push themselves on their

skates.

“Laurie is so great at

getting everyone involved,

even if you’re on the sidelines

and don’t even know

you want to be involved

yet, she’ll pull you in with

her passion and enthusiasm

to get people on skates,”

Mortimer said.

She said Laurie has

a “can-do attitude,”

where obstacles are just

something to overcome.

“Skating is good for

people who are not into the

traditional sports, those

people who don’t fit the

mould, or are not from a

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Museum object of the

week

WE MAY BE in challenging

times with a pandemic and

lockdowns, but it is spring time.

There have been some

gorgeous days in Ōhinehou

Lyttelton and the wider harbour,

alongside more stormy days

that remind us the season is as

changeable as lockdown levels.

This photograph from the

collection is unattributed, as are

many of those featuring people.

We do not know who the two

young women enjoying a sea of

blooms are, but they certainly

appear to be relishing the experience.

The museum collection

includes more than 20,000 objects,

photographs and archival

resources; over 10,000 of which

have been recorded digitally

and are available to view online

https://www.teuaka.org.nz/

collection

If you know anything about

the individual items, please let us

know.

Once the proposed new

museum, Te Ūaka is built,

the collection will be curated

and displayed under six main

themes:

• Mana Whenua

• Colonial Canterbury

• Lyttelton local

Two young women sitting

among the daffodils. 1950-

2000

Te Ūaka The Lyttelton

Museum ref 8572.1

https://www.teuaka.org.nz/

online-collection/1128755 ​

• Maritime

• Antarctic

• Lyttelton by nature

We will use these themes to

tell the stories unique to Lyttelton/Whakaraupō.

You can read more about the

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Treasures from the past

themes on our website or in our

Case for Support booklet, copies

of which are available from the

Museum Cabin, 35 London St,

on Tuesdays and Thursdays

between 10am and 2pm.

Feel free to drop in and collect

one once lockdown levels permit.

NEWS 13

Reserve plan

approved

• By Samantha Mythen

THE MASTER plan for a Banks

Peninsula reserve, which was the

scene of a massacre in 1830, has

been approved.

The Takapūneke Reserve Landscape

Master Plan was accepted by

the Banks Peninsula Community

Board on August 23 after a month

of public consultation.

The plan shows the location

of key features and places to

be developed as funding and

resources become available.

These features reflect the

cultural heritage and landscape

values expressed in the Reserve

Management Plan 2018.

Takapūneke Reserve is located

on the western side of Akaroa

Harbour. It is within Red House

Bay, where the historic Red House

was recently bought by the city

council for $2.55 million.

The area became sacred after

the Ngāi Tahu village was raided

by Kapiti Island-based Ngati Toa

warriors led by Te Rauparaha.

Detailed designs will now be

generated from the master plan.

The city council plans to have

features of stage 1 of the plan completed

in time for Ōnuku Rūnanga

to host 2022 Treaty of Waitangi

commemorations.

Since 2002 the reserve has been

registered as Wāhi Tapu – a place

of outstanding historical and

cultural heritage values.

advertorial

The race is still on

Same starting venue at the Governors Bay School

on Saturday September 18th 9.30am

Same picturesque undulating measured 10km

course from Governors Bay to Lyttelton

Same floral prizes and gifts from the race sponsor

Aromaunga Baxters Flowers.

However as with last year there will be some

changes to the starting format due to Covid.

Instead of the chasing start aspect of the event

where the slower runners start first and everyone

finishes pretty much together there will be two

starting groups.

The first and fastest group will

start at 9.30am and the second at

10.00am.

This will enable us to comply

with the Covid social distancing

restrictions.

All entrants will be notified by

email which group they will start in.

This year we had hoped to have

bus transport available from Lyttelton

to the start at Governors Bay to

help with transport issues but with

the uncertainty of Covid we have postponed this

introduction until next year. However, there will be a

vehicle transporting gear from the start to the finish.

And at the finish there will be a small change,

which this year will be in the Lyttelton recreation

ground, going straight ahead rather than turning left

into Charlotte Jane Quay

Entrants may have felt last year’s winner Hayden

Wilde was pretty hard to keep up with – and he was

with a time of 28.58. Since then, he has won the

Triathlon bronze medal at Tokyo. However, there is

plenty of room for those of us who

compete at a more leisurely pace.

So, with entries closing this

Friday September 10th it’s time

to get your entry in now that we

know we have an event. To enter

visit www.athscanterburynz.wixsite.

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As with most sections of the

community our sponsor Aromaunga

Flowers has had to adapt to these

changing Covid times. The selling

of our flowers stopped for the two

weeks of level 4 but at level 3 we

were able to limit the financial

damage and operate as a drive

through florist and flower retailer.

This has worked very well,

and we would like to sincerely

thank our loyal clients who have

supported us through this very

difficult time

We hope to see many of you

on race day September 18th

and periodically as you call in at

Aromaunga for flowers to brighten

your day.

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Hybrid Lexus still a true sports sedan

I KNEW I’D eventually regret it,

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owned and passed over through

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series sedan, you see the Altezza

was marketed in New Zealand

by Lexus as an IS200 and IS300

six-cylinder luxury/sports sedan

during the early 2000s and it fast

became the Lexus I enjoy the

most – and it still is.

The IS series sits at the

lower end of Lexus’ price scale

and it isn’t a big car, but its

compact design fits well with the

overall Lexus picture – luxury

cars that also lean towards

performance.

Lexus also has a hefty hybrid

manufacturing programme,

almost all of its models have

hybrid options and that includes

the IS series.

This evaluation focuses on the

IS300h F Sport (h for hybrid),

although if you aren’t quite ready

for the change to hybrid power,

the lovely 2-litre four-cylinder

turbocharged engine is still in

the books along with 3.5-litre V6

power.

The IS series has just had a

fairly big makeover. The changes

are too numerous to detail at

length, but I can report the list is

very comprehensive.

The concept of the IS is still

very much intact, it has all the

ingredients that make it a very

desirable sports sedan, made

better through significant chassis

fettering that has been made

possible through race track

development at Toyota and Lexus’

new purpose-built test facility in

Shimoyama, Japan.

In terms of cost, the IS300h

F Sport lists at $85,800, flanked

by an entry-level hybrid at

$76,200, and Limited at $88,300.

For interest’s sake, the IS 2-litre

turbo starts at $70,900, the range

ending at $101,800 for the V6.

These are respectable prices

and, although they are very much

out of my reach, I’m very mindful

of where the IS sits in the Lexus

line-up.

The 300h is very much an

integral part of the IS range as

well, it’s there to satisfy those who

like the idea of electric power

along with those who want range

in an electric car, the IS300h can

travel up to 600km using the

petrol engine at will.

Bear in mind, though, the

IS300h isn’t a plug-in. Its hybrid

system is pretty much a carryover

from previous generation models

and that which first made its

presence here in NZ – the

driveline from Toyota’s Camry

hybrid.

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LEXUS IS300H: Hybrid system provides a petrol/electric range of over 600km.

Even so, you can guarantee

both companies have been

working on efficiencies and the

IS300h hybrid driveline is stateof-the-art,

and effective. Lexus

claims a 5.1-litre per 100km

combined cycle average, which

sits well with the 6.8l/100km

figure sitting on the dash

display readout when I took

the evaluation car back to the

dealership.

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like a true sports sedan, it has

high power outputs of 133kW

and 221Nm, and when you get

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kicking in (31kW) there is solid

impetus to be had. Lexus claims a

standstill to 100km/h acceleration

time of 7sec while it will also

lunge through a highway overtake

in 5sec (80-120km/h).

I took the evaluation car on a

long highway run through State

Highway 72 (Scenic Route) to

South Canterbury and enjoyed

its freedom on those undulating

roads, it’s the perfect touring

car and one which fully involves

those on-board. It doesn’t

demand anything from the driver,

but it does feel tightly connected

to the road. I felt fresh after the

excursion and satisfied that I

had driven it in a way that many

buyers would.

In terms of handling, the

IS300 steers purposefully on

its low profile 19in Bridgestone

tyres, turn-in is direct and sharp,

while body movement over the

• Price – Lexus IS300h,

$85,800

• Dimensions – Length,

4710mm; width, 1840mm;

height, 1435mm

• Configuration – Fourcylinder,

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2494cc, 133kW (+31kW),

221Nm, continuously

variable automatic

• Performance – 0-100km/h,

8.5sec

• Fuel usage – 5.1l/100km

suspension is minimal. That’s put

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1.4m, there is little gravitational

effect, and the balance within the

chassis is sublime, while steering

is like driving on velvet, such is

the feel and feedback.

Why the IS300 is such a

deliberate handler also goes down

its rear-wheel-drive platform,

which provides a natural drive

motion, there is solid push from

the rear but there is balance and

control at all times.

Such is the firming of the

spring and damper rates, the

fully independent suspension

keeps the wheels and tyres

firmly in place on the road

surface. That’s one of the reasons

I like the IS series so much, that

feel you get from rear-wheeldrive

is one of involvement and

enjoyment.

Elsewhere, the IS300h is

traditional to drive, the complex

engine/motor combination drives

through a continuously variable

transmission that can be locked

into pre-set steps using the

steering wheel-mounted paddle

shifters. If you want to be more

involved in the driveline process

there are drive modes that can

be tailored to suit individual

preferences, or sport and

economy parameters, should you

so wish.

On my run south I used

mostly normal mode and there

was never a point where I felt

more from the driveline was

required, and if you need to brake

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forceful, the entire IS chassis has

balance and makes you feel so

much part of the car. It is one that

is extremely competent when

the challenging corners of New

Zealand’s back roads are on offer.

In true Lexus fashion, the

IS300h is fully equipped, it gets

all the specification for comfort

and convenience, and safety,

you would want in an 80k car,

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I enjoyed the IS300h so much

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