New Zealand’s new-vehicle market remains robust, with May sales up 27% over last year’s Asia/Pacific disaster-stricken result to 8,306 units and the year-to-date total rising 16% to 39,748. Motor Industry Assn. data shows last month’s new-car deliveries climbed 31% compared with year-ago to 5,942 units, the best May result since 2008. Year-to-date sales grew 20% to 56,942. Commercial-vehicle sales jumped 17% to 2,364 units for the month, yielding a 5-month total up 4% ...

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