Australia's 4-year record-breaking run in new-vehicle sales appears to be over, as September deliveries decline 5.3% to 79,993 units from year-ago's 84,440. The result pushed year-to-date sales down 3.6% to 722,376 units. New-car sales are 2.6% lower at 447,376 units and SUV sales are off 8.0% at 127,475. Light-duty truck sales fell 3.0% to 124,255 units, while heavy-duty truck deliveries were up 1.2% to 22,982. Medium and large-car sales made something of a comeback in September, with ...

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