Irish new-car sales declined 4.5% in October to 4,065 units, leaving year-to-date deliveries up 3.9% at 176,156, the Society of the Irish Motor Industry says. October sales of light-duty commercial vehicles jumped 25.8% to 2,104 units, while heavy-duty deliveries were unchanged at 327. Year-to-date sales for both segments were 38,872 and 4,394 units, respectively. “The strength of the economy is reflected in the very buoyant figures for commercial vehicles, but the trading situation for ...

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