The born-again British brand MG is set to reappear in New Zealand. Eight MG6 liftbacks and sedans have just arrived in Auckland as demonstration cars ahead of the late-February retail rollout of MG by importers British Motor Distributors (BMD) – a branch of John Fairhall’s Archibald Motor Group that sells European luxury cars such as Audi, Porsche, Jaguar, Land Rover and Volvo in NZ.
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China’s Chery and Great Wall automakers made significant inroads into New Zealand’s new car market last year, but they are still a long way from catching up with the traditional market leaders, the Motor Industry Association of New Zealand said Monday.
Sales of new vehicles last year at 84,640 units were up 5.2 percent from 2010, with passenger car sales up 3.2 percent to 64,019 units and commercial sales up 11.9 percent to 20,621.
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