U.K. new-car sales slid 11.5% in November to 139,875 units, but the market remained up 3.4% in the year’s first 11 months to 1,907,029, the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders reports. If year-ago scrappage sales are taken out of the equation, November deliveries rose 14%, SMMT CEO Paul Everitt says. The year-ago market included 35,415 cars purchased through the scrappage scheme, equivalent to 22.4% of total deliveries. “New-car registrations fell by less than expected in ...

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