Strong demand from private buyers boosted Australian new-vehicle sales 9.3% in July to 82,376 units. However, the result was down 24.2% from June’s 108,722 deliveries, when consumers took advantage of end-of-financial-year deals. “This is a very solid result for July, with the start of the new financial year usually resulting in slower sales,” Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries CEO Andrew McKellar says in a statement. McKellar says there is a proliferation of new models on the ...

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