SAO PAULO – Brazilian new-vehicle sales totaled a record 493,000 units in the year’s first three months, an 18.0% increase over like-2006, National Federation of Automotive Vehicle Distributors (Fenabrave) figures show. March sales accounted for 193,400 vehicles, up 23.2% from prior-year and 31.8% from February. Brazilian sales this year are expected to reach 2.1 million vehicles, beating the all-time record of 1.94 million units set in 1997, Fenabrave President Sergio Rese says. Fiat ...
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