JOHANNESBURG – South African new-vehicle sales in October totaled 57,848 units, a 14.1% hike over year-ago, the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa reports. Year-to-date deliveries breached the half-million unit mark at 541,982, a 15.6% increase from like-2005, NAAMSA says. October passenger-car sales were up 11.9% to 37,311 units, while light-commercial sales totaled 17,405. Medium-duty truck sales rose 16.0% to 1,309 units and heavy-duty truck deliveries ...
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