CANBERRA – The Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries has raised its sales forecast to a record 960,000 units – 5.5% more than last year's all-time high – and says the total could exceed 1 million units if the current rate continues. The forecast follows the strongest first-quarter sales to date, including record sales in March. Toyota sold 76 Priuses in Australia in March –11 more than in the entire first quarter of 2003. The chamber says first-quarter deliveries of 226,720 were ...

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