JOHANNESBURG – South African new-car sales in September totalled 23,813, a 19.5% decline from year-ago, but a 6.1% increase over August’s tally, the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa says. Deliveries to rental companies likely were the driving factor in the month-over-month rebound in passenger-car sales, NAAMSA spokesman Nico Vermuelen says. Rental companies are believed to have acquired about 5,000 vehicles for their respective fleets. “Sales to private ...
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