EXCLUSIVE: Holden leapfrogs Toyota and Ford in New Zealand November sales race
Australian carmaker Holden made huge gains in New Zealand's November car sales figures buoyed by good run-out progress on the outgoing VT version of its staple Commodore sedan, writes Dave Moore. The new VX model also accounted for much of the brand's gains, helping it to a total of 704 cars sold for the month and 15.3% market share, compared with Toyota's 677 sales for 14.7% and Ford's 661 units and 14.4%.
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