New Zealand’s new-vehicle sales rose 4% year-on-year in July to 8,494 units. Motor Industry Assn. preliminary figures show a 102-unit fall in new car sales was more than offset by a 429-unit increase in commercial vehicle deliveries. "Year-to-date, the market is running 9% ahead of last year," association CEO Perry Kerr says. "If it continues at this level, the full year will just exceed the magic 100,000 units. In 1998, just six years ago, the total new vehicle market reached only ...
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