New Zealand's April new-car sales were the strongest since 1990 at 5,510 units, despite a drop from 6,585 deliveries in March. Sales rose 6% vs. year ago, marking the best April in 15 years. Motor Industry Assn. CEO Perry Kerr says April traditionally is a quiet sales month and a reduction from March's record-setting volumes was expected. (See related story: New Zealand March Sales Best in Decade) Holden Commodore model leads sales New commercial vehicle sales also saw a good month, ...

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