New Zealand’s accelerating new-vehicle sales show no sign of slowing from last year’s record pace with January deliveries up 11% year-on-year to a best-ever 11,667 units. Motor Industry Assn. CEO David Crawford says sales were in overdrive as both businesses and consumers continued to loosen their purse strings. “New-vehicle sales for 2015 have started where they left off in 2014, with the outlook for 2015 remaining very positive,” he says in a statement. The 9,010 ...

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