New Zealand’s new-vehicle sales slipped slightly in November from recent record levels, according to data from the Motor Industry Assn. Although new commercial-vehicle deliveries were marginally ahead of year-ago, new-car sales of 6,229 units were down 450 units. Still, the performance was good enough to mark the second-best November since 1990. Year to date, new vehicle sales of 96,282 units are up 5.6% on like-2004. The association says this will be the first year since 1989 that ...

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