New Zealand light-vehicle sales rose 14% year-on-year in February to 9,058 units, boosted by record numbers of commercial-vehicle deliveries. Year-to-date the New Zealand market has sold 19,455 units, up 12.8% from year-ago’s 17,240, with Toyota on top at 3,193 and moving away from Ford (2,085) and GM Holden (1,981). Motor Industry Assn. CEO David Crawford says the market remains strong with the highest February sales since the MIA began collecting records in 1981. “It was the ...
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