The average spending budget for the more than 2.3 million Australians intending to buy a new car within the next four years is about A$35,000 ($33,234), a survey finds. Roy Morgan Research says SUV segments command the highest price levels, with those buyers planning to spend at least A$9,000 ($8,544) more than those seeking other passenger vehicles. By volume across the main vehicle segments, Australian consumers are budgeting a collective A$13 billion ($12.3 billion) on small cars in ...

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