Toyota brand set car-sales pace in May, but Suzuki Swift was top-selling model.
New Zealand’s May new-vehicle sales continued to reflect the country’s economic health, with 10,064 units delivered, the Motor Industry Assn. says. New-car sales rose 7.2% to 6,802 units during the month, leaving the year-to-date total up 11% to 49,639. Association CEO David Crawford says the strong economic conditions are resulting in sales records. “There were 3,262 registrations of new commercial vehicles for the month of May, the strongest May sales since the MIA began ...
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