Australian new-vehicle sales continued strong in July with 89,867 deliveries, down just 0.4% from the record set for the month a year earlier. Still, the result saw the new-car market record its seventh consecutive month of year-on-year declines. The latest result left the market down 2.1% on the year to 649,818 units. Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries CEO Tony Weber says SUVs again propped up the market, with July sales up 12.7% from prior-year to 28,805 units, and ahead 4.1% ...

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