WELLINGTON, New Zealand – New vehicle sales fell 2.6% in the first six months, from 40,903 units in the year-ago period to 39,820, says New Zealand’s Motor Industry Assn. But while new car sales of 29,928 were down 5.2%, from 31,569, commercial truck rose 4.8% to 8,174 units, from 7,794 units, and heavy truck were up 11.5% to 1,718 units, from 1,540. Overall June sales increased by 12.1% year-on-year to 7,862. Car sales for the month rose 6.8% to 5,692 units, while light ...
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