Australia’s new-vehicle sales in February slid 1.6% to 80,896, as natural disasters in Queensland continue to drag down results. Through the year’s first two months, deliveries were off 1.7% to 154,480 units, Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries data shows. Much of the decline can be traced back to flood- and cyclone-stricken Queensland, where February deliveries slipped 2.8% to 16,283 units. The state’s 2-month sales were down 7.5% to 29,583. “Sales in Queensland have recovered ...

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