New Zealand’s new-car market is treading water, with November sales down 3.8% year-on-year to 5,664 units but up 4% from October. The Motor Industry Assn. says commercial-vehicle sales remained strong, up 11.7% from like-2010 to 1,684 units. Year-to-date new-car deliveries slipped 4.6% to 58,693 units from prior-year’s 61,581. Commercial-vehicle sales improved 14.3% to 19,471. The results put the combined new-vehicle market, besieged by the Japanese earthquake and tsunami ...

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