New Zealand’s new-vehicle market produces its strongest sales in 29 years in July, continuing a trend seen over the last 18 months. The best result since 1985 saw the month’s deliveries rise 10% to 10,313 units for a year-to-date total up 13% to 72,442. The new-car market rose 4.5% year-on-year in July to 7,071 units for a 7-month total ahead 10.4% to 51,344. Motor Industry Assn. CEO David Crawford says the commercial-vehicle segment produced the strongest July result since the ...

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