New Zealand's May new-vehicle sales reached 6,050 units, a 3.2% increase over like-2004 and a 9.8% jump from April's deliveries. For the year's first five months, new-vehicle sales of 39,598 were 5.5% ahead of prior-year. New-commercial-vehicle sales climbed to 2,330 units for the segment's best May since 1982. “The new-vehicle market continues to gather strength despite the threat of economic slowdown,” Motor Industry Assn. CEO Perry Kerr says. Ford Falcon For the month, Ford ...

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