New Zealand new vehicle sales jumped 25.3% in September to 7,794 units. The improved results put deliveries for the first nine months of the year at 61,903 units, up 15.6% from the 53,622 units sold in like-2001. Motor Industry Assn. figures show sales of passenger cars rose 22.7% to 5,971 units. Commercial sales were up 25.7% to 1,484 units and truck deliveries rose 25.4% to 339 units. Through the first nine months, car sales are up 13.1% to 5,971 units. Commercial vehicle sales are ...

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