New-car sales continued to rise in the U.K in June, despite the end of the region’s scrappage scheme, but the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders predicts volumes will fall in the year’s second half, New-car deliveries grew 10.8% to 195,226 units in the month, compared with 176,264 year-ago, pushing first-half light-vehicle sales up 19.9% to 1.1 million, from 924,955 in like-2009, SMMT says. The new-car market continued to perform above expectations last month, with fleet ...
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