New Zealand’s new-vehicle market puts in its best April performance in 32 years, as deliveries rose 7% to 8,729 units. New passenger-vehicle demand climbed 4.0% to 6,151 for the month, while commercial-vehicle registrations jumped 15.0% to 2,578 units. Releasing the figures, Motor Industry Assn. CEO David Crawford says April sales remained strong despite breaks for Easter, the ANZAC war commemoration day and school holidays. Year to date, the market is up 13% to 39,588 units, with cars ...

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