New Zealand sold 7,360 new passenger cars in October for the best monthly result this year. Nevertheless, the Motor Industry Assn. says sales were down from year-ago’s 7,419 units in what traditionally is the biggest sales month of the year. The group says new commercial vehicle sales also slipped from like-2003 for the first time this year, but this mainly reflected supply shortages. Holden Commodore remains country’s best-selling car. The total new-vehicle market year-to-date ...

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