New Zealand’s motor industry sees its best month of sales on record in June with the market up 17% year-on-year to 12,519 units. The Motor Industry Assn. says new passenger-vehicle sales rose 13% for the month to 8,517 units, while commercial-vehicle deliveries jumped 26% to 4,002. MIA CEO David Crawford says the CV result was phenomenal, not only being the strongest June sales since the organization began collecting data for the sector in 1981, but also the strongest month ever for ...

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