CANBERRA – New Zealand’s new-vehicle market is maintaining the country’s positive sales momentum set in 2004. The Motor Industry Assn. says although January’s new-car sales, at 5,600 units, were marginally down compared with prior-year, combined new car and commercial-vehicle sales reached 7,295 units, a 0.8% improvement over like-2003. (See related story: New Zealand 2004 Sales Thrive on Tariff Cut) Holden Commodore New Zealand’ best-selling car. “We’re continuing to enjoy the ...
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