CANBERRA – A record 76,173 new vehicles were sold in Australia last month, taking the year-to-date total 9.6% higher than like-2002 at 598,897 units. Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries CEO Peter Sturrock says every month except March has returned record sales this year. The March result was just 898 vehicles short of the month’s all-time high set in 1999. (See related story: Australia Sales Set July Record) The FCAI already has made two revisions to its forecast for ...

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