New Zealand new-vehicle sales rose 11% year-on-year in August to 7,885 units. Auto makers delivered 5,982 new cars and 1,903 new commercial vehicles during the month, taking the combined year-to-date total to 63,878 units, 9.3% ahead of like-2003, Motor Industry Assn. figures indicate. Commodore still tops in New Zealand. "If there is an economic slowdown coming we've yet to see its effects on new vehicle sales," association CEO Perry Kerr says. "New-vehicle prices and ...

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