New Zealand’s new-vehicle market showed signs of a recovery in July, after suffering from supply disruptions resulting from Japan’s earthquake in March. New-car sales rose 9.7% to 4,879 units in the month, from prior-year’s 4,446, while commercial vehicles climbed 17.7% to 1,826 from 1,551. Toyota regained the overall top spot with 1,026 sales that included 616 cars and 410 CVs. Ford took second place with 465 cars and 244 CVs, ahead of GM Holden with 564 cars and 123 CVs. Hyundai, ...
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