New Zealand's new-car sales in 2003 rose 9.7% to 70,261 units, marking the first time since 1990 that the 70,000 mark was passed. Commercial vehicle and truck sales also set a record, rising 8% to 21,330 units, the first time since 1985 that deliveries topped 20,000. New Zealand's top-selling car was Holden Commodore, followed by Ford Falcon and Toyota Corolla. New Zealand’s Motor Industry Assn. data reflect the strongest year for the new-vehicle industry since 1990, with ...

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