The New Zealand market saw its best January in 23 years, as new-vehicle sales increased 9.1% to 8,495 units from year-ago's 7,784. Combined new-car and SUV sales rose 6.6% to 6,721 units, while commercial sales jumped 14.6% to 1,696, the Motor Industry Assn. reports. “It’s pleasing that sales records are being set at a time when the used-import market continues its decline,” MIA CEO Perry Kerr says. New-car sales of 5,176 units edged up from prior-year's 5,043, while SUV sales jumped ...

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