BERLIN, April 15 (Reuters) - Ford said European car sales increased 12 percent in March, the tenth straight monthly gain, as customers snapped up small vehicles and compact SUVs. Deliveries in the so-called Euro-20 markets, including all major countries plus the Baltic states, rose by 15,900 cars to 147,100 models, extending the first-quarter gain to 11 percent or 297,900 autos, Ford Europe said on Tuesday. Sales last month were powered by models that include the Fiesta compact, the Kuga ...
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