The demographic group that comes closest to representing the Australian norm on matters of lifestyle, opinions and behavior is expecting to spend more than A$4.6 billion ($4.1 billion) over the next four years on new cars. Roy Morgan Research says this is more than three times the average and almost A$1 billion ($895.9 million) above the next biggest spenders, the rural families group. What the research company calls the family-first group is the biggest by both volume and total value. It ...

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