New Zealand new-vehicle sales rose 11.8% in April to 7,047 units, as the industry remains on track to surpass the 100,000-unit mark for the first time since 1989. The Motor Industry Assn. says April saw sales of 5,206 cars and 1,841 commercial vehicles, taking year-to-date deliveries to 30,023 units, 11.2% ahead of like-2003. "The 2,000-unit margin over last year's sales that was achieved in the first quarter has now extended to over 3,000 after four months," association CEO Perry ...
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