New Zealand’s new-car sales continued to climb in March, rising 10.4% to 5,392 units, the Motor Industry Assn. reports. Commercial-vehicle deliveries of 1,595 units were slightly ahead of year-ago’s 1,564. In the year’s first three months, new-car sales rose 9.5% to 15,295 units, with commercial deliveries up 2.0% at 4,054. “We are very happy with the numbers,” MIA CEO Perry Kerr says. “The market is improving slowly but steadily, which is what we were predicting at the beginning of ...
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