New Zealand’s new-car market remained strong in July, with sales jumping 27.2% to 6,208 units, while commercial-vehicle deliveries improved 17.9% to 2,153. The Motor Industry Assn. says the latest result showed the country’s new-vehicle sales climbing 19.5% after seven months to 58,210 units. “The new-vehicle industry continues to outperform other sectors of the economy and has truly shaken off all of the supply problems they faced during 2011,” MIA CEO Perry ...
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