TURIN – March new-vehicle sales here were the lowest in more than a decade, and industry insiders say not to expect any dramatic rebound in demand before the end of the year. Deliveries plunged 27.6% last month to just 187,687, the first time the market has slipped below the 200,000 mark since 1996. Although the percentage drop is dramatic, the month does suffer from an unfavorable comparison with year-ago, in which March 2010 was the last month to benefit from government scrappage ...
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