Australia’s new-vehicle sales slipped 1% to 93,984 in March, but the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries remains confident the domestic market still is on track to top 1 million units this year. Despite the drop in deliveries during the month, the demand for new vehicles is broadly consistent with other retail and consumer-demand indicators, FCAI CEO Andrew McKellar says. “The reality is the overall level of new-vehicle sales remains robust and remains well above 1 million units ...

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