MADRID – Sales of new cars, SUVs and all-wheel-drive vehicles in Spain rose 2.5% year-over-year in January, reaching 54,961 units, according to ANFAC, the association of auto makers with plants in Spain. But automotive industry officials say the increase merely is symbolic, due to prior-year’s low sales and large discounts and incentives offered during December. “It is only a mirage, as the market continues at the 1995 levels,” Arancha Mur, economic ...

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