JOHANNESBURG – South African new-vehicle sales declined 5.4% last year to 676,097 units, compared with 714,325 in 2006, the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers reports. However, sales of medium- and heavy-commercial vehicles rose 6.5% and 16.3%, respectively, in 2007 vs. prior-year. Heavy-commercial deliveries totaled a record 21,901 units, while light-commercial sales gained 2.5% to 204,395. December new-vehicle sales fell 15.1% to 41,813 units, compared with 49,258 in ...
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