New Zealand's passenger-car sales rose 1.6% year-on-year in October to 7,472 units, but the Motor Industry Assn. says the numbers are slowing from the hectic pace throughout the earlier part of the year. The result left year-to-date car sales at 65,476 units. This is better than any full year total since 1990, when the commercial importation of used vehicles, primarily from Japan, began. Ford Territory still best-selling SUV. Commercial-vehicle registrations rose 5.9% in the year's ...

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