New commercial-vehicle sales soared 33% in New Zealand in October to a record 2,734 units on the back of growing economic confidence. The Motor Industry Assn. says the month’s passenger-vehicle sales rose 8.5% year-on-year to 7,962 units, the best October result since 1984. It left the October market up 14% at 10,696 units. MIA CEO David Crawford says CV deliveries hit their highest October total since his organization began collecting data in 1981. “It’s the second ...
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