Private buyers are beginning to return to Australian showrooms in greater numbers, adding to vehicle demand from businesses that continue to take advantage of the government’s stimulus measures. August new-vehicle sales totaled 73,287 units, down just 5.2% from July, official VFACTS data released by the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries shows. July deliveries slid 10.3% to 75,333 units, from year-ago. “These figures indicate private buyers are regaining confidence and ...
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