New Zealand new vehicle sales are running at their highest levels since 1990 after February car sales rose 14.4% to 4,885 units. The Motor Industry Assn. says total sales for the first two months are up 14.5% to 13,501, confirming the sales recovery that started in late 2001 shows no sign of abating. "We are encouraged by the continuing strength of the new vehicle market," MIA CEO Perry Kerr tells local media. Ford credits BA Falcon for New Zealand February sales lead. "It is ...
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