New commercial-vehicle deliveries jumped 36% year-on-year in New Zealand to a September-record 2,799 units. Motor Industry Association CEO David Crawford says while car sales climbed 6.5% to 7,272 units, last month’s CV demand was going gangbusters. The result was the highest for the month since the MIA began collecting records in 1981, he says. Deliveries totaled 10,070 units during the month, with Crawford saying in a statement the result confirms what many economists have been ...

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