CANBERRA – The Australian motor industry sold a record 710,247 vehicles in the first nine months of the year, up 5% (33,559 units) on the previous high set last year. Records also were established in September and the third quarter, the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries says. Supply shortage cut Mazda3 sales during the month. September saw new-vehicle deliveries hit 80,452 units, up 4% on like-2003’s record 77,791, marking the first time sales topped the 80,000 mark in the ...

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