Australian new-vehicle deliveries in November hit 85,833 units, bouncing back 19.9% from year-ago, when sales plunged to their lowest level in seven years. The Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries credits the surge to businesses taking advantage of federal tax incentives to purchase light-commercial vehicles and SUVs. November 2008 sales tumbled 22.2% to 71,647 units, from 92,047 in like-2007. “This is an extraordinary result that provides further evidence the market, and the ...

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