U.K. new-car sales slipped 8.9% to 335,246 units in September from year-ago, when deliveries were fueled by the country’s vehicle-scrappage program. Excluding September 2009’s cash-for-clunker sales, last month’s deliveries were up 16.3% from year-ago, the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Trades says. In the year’s first nine months, new-car sales rose 7.8% to 1,635,659 units. “Despite an 8.9% fall in September registrations, demand for new cars has stabilized and will end 2010 ...

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