WELLINGTON, New Zealand – Toyota Motor Corp.’s New Zealand subsidiary edges ahead of Ford Motor Co. in September new-car sales by just 18 units. The Motor Industry Assn. says strong rental sales helped the September passenger-car market reach 6,915 units – the best result in 13 years. As in Australia, the battle for the title of top-selling car is intense between the Holden Commodore and Ford Falcon. The Commodore is leading the year by 280 units, with sales of 5,117 units to the ...
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