New Zealand’s new-vehicle market continued to grow in October, as passenger-car sales rose 3.2% to 5,866 units from year-ago and commercial-vehicle deliveries climbed 16.5% to 1,431. Motor Industry Assn. CEO Perry Kerr says the industry is pleased with the numbers. “The month began slowly, which was not unexpected following the (goods and services tax) increase and fleet sales that had been brought forward the previous month,” he says in a statement. “Sales did heat up in the last ...
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