December 2006
Company Vehicle;Dec2006, p21
The article reports on the success of New Zealand-based City Commercial Vehicles as of December 2006. The company is an offshoot of Motor1, a quality passenger car importer/wholesaler that has 450 to 500 cars available anytime for dealer purchase. The available vans from City Commercial are between two and three years old. Also available are utility vehicles and light trucks. The company also established a Web site for easier transaction with tradesman, fleet buyer, courier and other companies.


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