Toyota New Zealand will end sales of new Daihatsu vehicles by year’s end of the year as a result of investment that would be needed to meet forthcoming regulatory standards. Daihatsu sold just 90 units in the first quarter, down from 100 year-ago. Full-year 2012 sales totaled 322 units, up from 78 in 2011 and 206 in 2010, according to data from the New Zealand Motor Industry Assn. Steve Prangnell, general manager-sales, says Toyota dealers will continue to supply parts and ...
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