New Zealand’s new-vehicle sales soared 12.2% to 113,117 units in 2013, notching the market’s best result in 19 years as the economy bounced back and the industry finally put the 2011 Thai and Japanese natural disasters behind it. Motor Industry Association CEO David Crawford says the final registration data for 2013 confirmed a strong finish to the end of a strong year for new-vehicle sales, with a significant increase of 12,322 units over 2012 and the highest annual volume since ...
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