New-vehicle demand remained strong in New Zealand in November, with sales jumping 17.1% to 8,518 units for an 11-month total ahead 19.0% to 93,044. New passenger-vehicle sales rose 14.9% in November to 6,484 units, while commercial vehicles climbed 24.5% to 2,097. Motor Industry Assn. CEO Perry Kerr says the goal of surpassing full-year sales of 100,000 units looks achievable. “Analyzing the various segments for November, the SUV market continues to dominate, taking 28% (2,416 ...

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