New Zealandâ€™s new-car market continues its recovery, with January sales up 10.8% year-on-year to 6,210 units. Commercial-vehicle deliveries climbed 19.1% to 1,313 units, but Motor Industry Assn. CEO Perry Kerr says the segmentâ€™s sizeable increase was influenced by year-agoâ€™s low sales volume. â€śThe year has started on a positive note,â€ť he says in a statement. â€śThe last four years have seen a relatively strong start to the year, with registrations ahead of December numbers. The industry ...
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