U.K. new-car sales rose 1.8% to 2,030,846 units in 2010, as the fleet market climbed more than 10% but private volumes slipped with the end of the government’s scrappage scheme. It was the first year-over-year growth since 2007, but the market last year was still the second lowest in the past decade and remains about 15% below pre-recession levels. December sales closed out the year down 18% from like-2009 to 123,817 units. In releasing the 2010 data, the Society of Motor ...
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