CANBERRA – The Australian market resumed its record-breaking run in March, as sales rose 0.6% to 87,146 units, surpassing the high for the month set a year ago. Industry sales were at a record level in January, as well, before taking a 4.6% dip in February. The March tally left first-quarter sales at 234,605 units – down 2,887, or 1.2%, from the same period last year. “The first-quarter result is actually very good when you consider that the industry set sales records in two of the ...

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