Toyota New Zealand Ltd. says high-profile recall issues in the U.S. are having little impact on its sales. The auto maker’s February deliveries rose 20% to 989 units from prior-year, in an overall market that climbed 13.3% to 5,659, according to Motor Industry Assn. data. The sales momentum reflects the strong brand image and customer support for Toyota in New Zealand, Toyota Sales and Operations General Manager Steve Prangnell says in a statement. “We’ve been openly communicating with ...

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