PARIS – French auto sales remained positive in October, rising 2.8%, and deliveries were up 0.4% on the year with 1,837,474 new passenger cars registered. Renault followed a good September with further gains in October, as sales increased 11.3%, compared with year-ago, with help from its Dacia brand of entry-level cars. Dacia deliveries jumped 51.7%, led by the Duster SUV that found 5,083 buyers last month and is France’s No.10 nameplate year-to-date. Renault-brand sales, which had ...
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