JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – New vehicle sales recorded double-digit growth in all sectors in South Africa in May, says the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa. Unit sales totaled 34,345 for the month, up 27%, from year-ago’s 27,053, the NAAMSA says. Toyota led the industry in May with sales of 8,240 new vehicles. Toyota South Africa led the way with delivery of 8,420 vehicles, followed by Ford Motor Co. South Africa at 4,901 units. VW South Africa sold ...

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