New Zealand readies for a second-half sales battle for market leadership after Toyota Motor Corp. led Ford Motor Co. by just 13 units at the end of June. Toyota in June sold 5,213 cars and 2,471 light-commercial vehicles for a 6-month total of 7,684 units. Ford car sales of 5,700 units bested Toyota’s, but Ford’s light-commercial sales of 1,938 units trailed the Japanese auto maker. Ford light-vehicle sales, along with 33 heavy truck deliveries, gave the auto maker a first-half total of ...

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