New-car sales rose 12.6% in New Zealand in February to 4,844 units, with commercial deliveries up 15% to 1,313. Motor Industry Assn. CEO Perry Kerr says the market continues to perform well with total volume up 13% from a year ago. Toyota led the new-car segment with 785 units, ahead of Hyundai (548) and Suzuki (468). After two months, Toyota has sold 2,235 units, ahead of Holden (1,125), Hyundai (1,018) and Ford (1,005). The Suzuki Swift was the top-selling model for the month (351 ...

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