JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – Sales of new vehicles in South Africa start the year on a strong note, as January tallies 40,627 cars and trucks, up 20.9% from like-2004’s 33,601, according to data from the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa. January represents an increasingly strong sales month, as buyers, particularly new car purchasers, look to benefit from the new year's model registration date and, subsequently, higher resale value. Car segment posts ...

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