New Zealand’s new-car sales defied tradition in November, surging 30.8% to 5,869 units, while commercial deliveries climbed 20.6% to 1,507. Motor Industry Assn. CEO Perry Kerr says the data shows the country’s new-vehicle market remains strong. “The new-vehicle industry is very happy with the November numbers this year, seeing a break in tradition as they go against the usual end-of-year dip,” he says in a statement. “Sales were up across all sectors with no stand-out reason, however ...
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